Executive Inn at Woodbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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We had a pretty lazy day on Sunday. We dyed Mardi's hair and whilst she was letting the dye set I went for a walk and picked up some lunch. I ventured up to 63rd street and Eighth avenue and took some photos around this area, most of you will understand the 63 reference given recent events in Australia around the death of Phillip Hughes.
I walked back from 63rd street to 44th and grabbed lunch at Shake Shack. Yum.
After lunch we ventured to ...
... Central station so we could get back in time for Rob's cousin Matthew's birthday meal at a pizza restaurant. They had just before been to the cinema so probably needed to let off steam and go crazy because it was so noiesy. Jeanine was looking pretty stressed out, I don't know how she had got through the day lol. After the kids were dropped off me and Rob went out with Angus and Jeanine for some much needed wine at the Rye Bar and Grill.
Pretty nice drive today, from Buffalo to Rapid city via mt Rushmore. Also made a slight detour to eyeball Devil's Tower state monument on the way, was pretty cool! Mt Rushmore was 'free' but you had to okay $11 for parking. Sneaky buggers. Super cool though! Found the 'making of' information and all the politics behind the ...
... for a while. Came home and had an early night and slept so much better. The streets were a lot quieter. The car alarm only went off once! Today we did a bus tour of NY. We saw the Chrysler Building, Macy's, 911 memorial, Wall St, SoHo, Chinatown, Central Park and the Empire State Building. We bought tickets and went to the 86th floor to the observation deck. We saw all of NY as far as the eye can see. This place is ...
... the food and restaurants. When he takes larger groups, he uses a minivan rather than his signature taxicab. Al Roker, Anthony Bordain! And many other famous folks have taken the tour. But Dave is such a likeable guy you feel like he's a friend of the family. Here are the stops we made on our big eating tour of the outer boroughs. 1. DELFONTE'S in Redhook Brooklyn. ( www.delfontesofbrooklyn.com ) It's in a scaryish area near the cargo docks. They make a sandwich with an ...