Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan / Fifth Avenue
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today after packing the bags, (a few kilos heavier) we headed for the Brooklyn bridge, with the heat blazing down, we climbed and walked over the Brooklyn bridge, you get a good view looking back at the finance district and up the harbour towards staton island one way and the Manhattan bridge the other. We decided that as we had not yet had a New York pizza, we had better participate in this custom, so when in Rome add a Budweiser as well. After some last ...
... and decided on my next move. I went to Central Park South and began my own art deco tour taking in the Ritz-Carlton hotel, Oak hotel, Plaza Hotel, to the Public Library on 5th Av and 42nd St, where I remember a funny scene from Ghostbusters when an old lady ghost was reading a book in one of the rooms here and when disturbed she gestured at a ghostbuster to SHOOSH! This building is wonderful. It really is a must see with its ...
... we could see. After admonishing the poor chef, she did cook her own, came back to the table and pointed at her eggs, saying 'Perfection!' The Brooklyn Museum was fabulous - it's a huge, grand old building on a scale I wasn't expecting. Killer Heels was a wonderful shoe exhibition, incorporating shoes from 1600 to 2013, and some great video/film too. The Connecting Cultures exhibition, which showed lots of related objects from a huge span of cultures and eras was really ...
... off down the platform for about...maybe 15 seconds? Then she came back and asked "Are you English?"
Now this started a whole new conversation. It turns out that her granddaughter is studying (just started) a masters degree in bioarcheology at...good old University of York! (it really is a small world). Anyway, we got chatting further, and she told me all about the Rockefeller's, the hiking group she is part of, and how to navigate Grand Central. It was so nice to have ...
... at the race track, racing go-karts. I had never done this before and found a competitive streak i didn't know i possessed! It was great fun. Georgia and Ashton went on a little water ride with a little hill and a tunnel which they loved. There was a swing that went straight up then round and round which Georgia, Conrad and Emma rode. There was a group that went on the ferris wheel, it's been going 89 years, is the only one in the world like it ...