Executive Inn at Woodbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Travel Blogs from Woodbury
... I was from New York (I suppose he meant State, but still!) Second, a classic New York intellectual, resplendent in a green coat and a hat with a feather, said hello to me merrily for no reason. In fact, New Yorkers have smiled at me a lot, much more than the Torontonians ever did. Next stop was Bowling Green subway to catch the Staten Island ferry, taking in the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty for free- thank you NYC Department for Transport. The ...
... s fall. Showers and an early dinner then off to Aladdin at the New Amsterdam theatre in Times Square. The theatre was fully restored by Disney a number of years ago and is beautiful though the doors to Times Square remained open until close to starting time and the Arctic air blew around keeping it pretty cold inside for a while - don't know why they didn't have an it lock like most restaurants in New ...
... on Thursday after having said they were going to go on all of their other trips out here. They loved it so it was worth the wait. In the evening we went to see The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. It turns out it’s not my cup of tea at all as I don’t particularly like the sound of the organ (apart from when my Nanna used to play it) and to be honest I was really bored through most of it. Give me Les Mis any day ...
... travel months and weeks for basic needs? Do they still battle avalanche, snowstorm, frostbites to meet their bread and butter? Have the children played in school grounds and learnt about trees at least? I wondered.
Then I found a video - of a man who dares to walk the Himalayan passes for 18 days to fetch education to children who have never ever seen a tree, never ate regular rice and dal (SouthAsian staple food) . In the video, he narrates all the barriers ...
... grand town, we just so happened to come across them. We said hello and they let us know that they were all happy with Bruce and now they had insurance. Great news.
As the sun dropped over the horizon we thought we’d take advantage of our location and climb the Empire State Building. We chose this one ahead of the Top of the ...