Hotel East Houston
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a hotel or flat that faces into Times Square manages to get any sleep with the constant glow.
After dinner we went to watch the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. A guy from a Broadway show sung the National Anthem at the beginning which was fab to see as in the past we seem to have arrived late to every other match and missed it (no surprises there then!). We nearly missed it again that night as I forgot ...
... market adds even more rich color to the flaming palate of Union Square. I find my self all excited just like a little girl's first trip to the produce market. There are bright red cranberries, different shades of greens promising good health, squashes in different shapes and sizes and much much more. The freshly baked cakes and bread draw you in and the warm apple cider with simmering mulling spices fills the market with a warm rich fall heaven smell.... i grab myself a cup ...
... drive possible & gave 'as many sparkly lights as we can get’ as the brief. Dino, our driver did not let us down as we rounded the bridge there she was in all her early evening glory. Not a light was missed as she rose above & before us & as usual I audibly gasped & started to cry. It’s not something I can control.
I wish I could successfully articulate what this place means to me – I’ll try but I may suck at ...
... the rain. Luckily the rain did not make an appearance during Big and it was so nice to be sat out on a warm summers evening. One of my favourite parts of the film has to be when Tom Hanks and his boss start playing the Chopsticks on the giant floor piano in the department store. I didn’t realise that said piano is here in NY in the FAO Schwarz store. We will definitely be paying that store a visit before we leave the city.
... I took the short trip onward to Ellis Island. Originally an island acquired for harbour defence and known as Fort Gibson, Ellis Island was opened as an immigration processing facility in 1892. In total 12 million European immigrants were processed at the facility before it closed in 1954. Six million of those were processed in just a nine year period from 1901- 1910. The museum tells the story of who some of them were, why they came, how they ...