Executive Inn at Woodbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... famous paintings, my favorites were the Mary Wollstonecraft and the George Washington paintings. Then we went to the park nearby and ate ice cream. We rode the carousel and sat in the shade, the park was super crowded, there were more people than park there! Then we walked to Grand Central Station and we looked at the big golden clock. We tried to go up to the top balcony, but I guess you need a key for that. Oh well, we met ...
So first stop last night, where else but the very heart of Manhattan: I spent nearly an hour taking pictures at Grand Central Station. Great photographic therapy for the idle tourist following my erstwhile and emotional days of sickness, job madness and ultimate departure. I had my shutter speed very low in an attempt to capture one of those iconic bustling crowd moments, with various limbs going whoosh as whole figures are caught mid-motion. My ...
... but it tasted amazing. We then wondered around for a bit before the comedy club started. To explain, basically there was someone selling tickets on the street for some comedy club, they lured me in with "this will be televised for comedy central" and “Tina Fey was there last night” and at $40 for all 5 of us I was not saying no. We walked around trying to find this club which was less impressive than previously imagined. If anything we all ...
... guy, Billy Joe who was sat next to us with his 16 friends, all from broadway - actors singers producers! He informed us that the cinema was a popular tradition for New Yorkers on Christmas Day, which we just so happened to follow suit, who knew we would be so New York on Christmas!! The film started, in which we shortly found out that it was a musical based filmed and happened to have a lot of singing and theatrical scenes, slightly annoying yet the film was funny ...
"Back to Manhattan" Norah Jones
Sunday 19 October 2014
A warm night in our little box at the Comfort Inn, but peaceful. Breakfast was a survival of the specie kind of affair. A limited number of tables, limited choice and finally no hot water for my tea. This place won't grow on me. The highlight was some old guy, of who knows which nationality, who looked in on breakfast with a wig that can only be described as resembling a cuddly, furry animal. At first ...