Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan SoHo Village
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... on the quayside, we walked half the length of the ship in the rain to get into the building. From there we back tracked the length of the pier to the far end to be processed. After processing, we were then redirected to the other end of the Terminal, much of it along an outside path. It was at this point that we had to go through Security. (Bear in mind, dear reader, that we had been in a secure environment from ...
... sure they loved the show. They said it made them feel very Christmassy but I don’t think it was quite what they are expecting. I wonder what we will think?!
The cold weather reappeared on Tuesday as we headed downtown to see Ground Zero. The wind was fierce and it was such a change from the previous day. We had a quick look in Century 21 and then grabbed some lunch at Mad Dog and Beans, a Mexican place in ...
... it again until it was bought up to our room. We have a great room on the 36th floor with a view of Times Square. We didn't stay in our room long. We had tickets to the Empire State Building observatory and wanted to use them at night time to view the city. Off on foot we walked to the Empire State Building, via TGI Fridays, for the worst meal we've probably had while here. It took about 20 minutes to walk to the Empire State Building, and while crossing the last traffic ...
... was running out so we didn't get to do Rockerfellers so that will just have to wait til tomorrow. Today we seem to have spent more time having "hopped off" rather than "hopping on" the hop off hop on bus so it's no wonder we feel worn out. We've been out and about for over 8 hours so back to the ship for dinner and an early night in readiness for doing it all again tomorrow. Perhaps there will be just enough time for a quick drink in the Crows Nest before ...
... actually fantastic) and so decided to head to Chinatown for a dim sum brunch. The place recommended to us by our Chinese host was so popular people spilled out into the street and we had to wait for 45mins.......so we went next door. We explored Chinatown some more and it got the Anna Li stamp of approval who was very impressed with its authenticity stating 'its just like china'. We then continued further downtown to the World Trade Centre Memorial. Greeted by ...