Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan / Fifth Avenue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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From San Marino we drove to Milan Malpensa airport to spend the night at the Ibis and to catch a flight to New York on Saturday afternoon. My step-father, Clif Eagan, died in late October after several years of illness. My mother had cared for him in their home in Staunton, Virginia in the Shenondoah valley. Clif was 90 years old at his death and a …
... We went right over the place that capt Sully put his plane down in the river and where the passengers were rescued to. On our trip we were also able to witness today's New York drama and that was some window washers on the world trade centre had their platform give way. They were rescued and we could clearly see the dangling platform! Never a dull day!
After the water tour we walked back to the Empire State Building. This time all was good and so we took in their tour and ...
... funny! Central Park was really nice and pretty amazing they have that much space in the middle of the city of trees and park. In the afternoon we went shopping in Soho which was a cool area. We also checked out Chinatown that night while we were nearby then went and chilled at the apartment while the boys hit the town again.
Slow start to our last morning in New York. We caught the Train out to meet Byron and Taz with the Van and to begin our road trip.
... more times before this trip is over. I got myself a brioche roll from another stand and saved it for later. Another booth was selling an assortment of mini canales. I had seen these at other bakeries around town and had to look up what they were. Canale is a small French pastry with a soft and tender custard center and a dark, thick caramelized crust. This booth had both sweet and savory. I tried the parmesan, basil pesto, truffle, and vanilla. They all had ...
... tickets to go up to the observation deck. Going up in the dark, looking down from that height over the whole of Manhattan, sparkling away in the darkness... there are no words for how incredible it was, and such a stunning sight to slow the evening down. From there we headed for dinner, we went around the block to a Korean BBQ restaurant, and so began an epic meal! We got a hot plate delivered along with bowls of pork and beef and had it cooked right in front of us with a ...