Extended Stay America - White Plains - Elmsford
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... over to the station, but it was quite dark!). The opposite side of the river was lined with multi-coloured trees - you can't beat Irvington / New York / any place when the leaves are changing colour and dancing in the breeze.
Then the train arrived. It was a very pleasant journey - all four minutes of it! The metro-north line runs parallel with the Hudson, very close to the waters edge. As long as we don't have prolonged rain of any sort (or snow for that matter), then ...
... at nine to go to Bagel Works, of course, for our absolute favorite bagel joint in the city. We scarfed down the bagels while walking by Good Ol' 1320 York Avenue and it was amazing to me how much of a stranger you can feel like to place after just have been gone 3 short months. Nothing about York Avenue felt like home to me any longer. Even the Brooklyn Popcorn food truck had been replaced with something else. We wandered back down first avenue to pass by a Starbucks (the ...
... No doubt there is a much longer list and Wikipedia does a great job of explaining the rich history of Greenwich Village. Way back in the 1930s they had a Club called the Cafe Society that allowed racial mixing which was unheard of at that time elsewhere. Anyway, all of the history and culture has no doubt been the reason it is now such a melting pot of people. Interestingly though as Remy points out, the very people who made the area what it is today, the bohemian and ...
... It took about 40 minutes to walk over to the Brooklyn side and a quick break before we headed back over again. We returned back uptown on the bus but as we neared to our stop we wete advised that two sight seeing buses (like we were on) had collided and that there were approximately 15 people seriously injured, including some Aussies. We had ...
... we learned a lot about NYC.
Meghan - I learned more about NYC than I ever have before. It was a great experience and a lot of fun.
Allison - I thought it was a great learning experience for me and I had a lot of fun!
Savannah - I had a ton of fun, even though it was tiring, and I really like NYC!
Emily - Going to NYC with my fellow Girl Scouts and troop members was a lot of fun! I love NYC!
Brianna - I really had fun in NYC. ...