Four Points by Sheraton Midtown - Times Square
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Points by Sheraton Midtown - Times Square New York City
Small room did know this before arriving from other comments. People are very friendly.
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... the Main New York Public Library building before turning onto 42nd street. When we arrived at Times Square, luckily Kara's eagle eyes picked out the Superheroes so I was able to snatch a photo of Batman, and then Minnie Mouse and her friends. Then Kara pointed out the Goldman and the Naked Ladies. They weren't really naked because they were wearing thongs and had American flags painted on them. It was crowded, so I ...
... looks to me like a cable car! It runs between 59th Street, just near the bridge, to the island. The more I read about it, the more I wish to go there.
It wasn't very far to walk from the bus stop to an Indian restaurant we’d chosen for dinner, on E58th Street between Lexington and 3rd Avenues. It’s called Chola, and advertises itself as Eclectic Indian. The interior had very ...
... marking the recent visit from a loved one, missing that person who was taken away from then too early, far too early.
For us, whilst not being American patriots, or even personally that affected by the 911 events we got the tone and message from this place, and felt the lumps in our throats thinking about how it must have been then, and now for the hundreds of family members left behind. Unfortunately some people don’t get it and you know I love a good ...
... it must be pretty special for me to use cheesy words like those). Sandstone everywhere, massive chandeliers, iron fret work, and tourists like me madly clicking away taking photos. It is pretty special – a lot different than Roma St station. Such beauty for a train station that commuters use daily is hard to imagine.
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