Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan / Fifth Avenue
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... continued on the East River waterfront. We passed through Chinatown and Little Italy, then drove through East Village and onward towards the United Nations building. It was an excellent overview of the city, and it prepared me for what I wanted to do for the next 2.5 days. ...
... at the hotel. We had a short drive ahead to New York and we were keen to get going.
Guess what. Niagara Falls to New York is not a short trip. I thought that I'd read that the journey takes around two hours. WRONG. I nearly spewed when input our route into google maps. 459 miles away. Seven hours later we were getting close to Manhattan. To set the scene, we put some Biggie Smalls on the car stereo, followed by Jay-Z and Alicia keys. As their ...
... 777 which is a pretty large plane. The flight went very smoothly. I was assigned a window seat next to two girls about my age who seemed fluent in both English and French. I had a nice time talking to them for some of the flight. They seemed to think I was funny with my American accent and my reaction to events on the plane (Taking off, turbulence, etc.) I spent most of the flight listening to the singers Ellie Goulding and ...
... warmer than steel so even at 0845 it was stuffy and all glad we were there early.
Had a mellow boat trip back to Battery Wharf great views over the harbour.
Up Wall Street to Brooklyn Bridge for a midday walk across a suspension bridge in 29 degrees. Would have been better with a hat / sunnies for James and sunscreen for any of us! Awesome views but tricky relations with cyclists who share the wooden ...
... Yoko Ono still lives there. Maury Povich and John McEnroe live in this building too.
Musuem of Natural History will look familiar to some who have watched Night at the Musuem with Ben Stiller.
We drove along Broadway St which is the longest street in America, it goes for 250 miles.
Our longest stop was at St John the Divine, this is the most impressive cathedral. If you want to get married there you will be waiting until ...