Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan SoHo Village
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was reasonable wifi which was great. At least 75% of people seemed to be on laptops or iPads. Looking around, it seems that Apple has a huge market share in the US with very few phones not iPhones and Mac computers tend to dominate, in fact it is quite unusual to see a PC. I also noticed that many more people use laptops than iPads.
As we travelled through Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut, the scenery tended to be ...
If you were to go to one observatory, this has got to be it. Get breathtaking views of all the 5 boroughs, Stature of Liberty and our dear Jersey. Keep your eyes pealed all the time, as they have some neat surprises tucked in, from the exciting ...
... unaided. Eleanor was very good to him in the early stages. His life in a wheelchair was pretty much kept secret from the public. No photo was to be taken of him by newspaper men. And so he went on to serve 12 years as President, from 1933 to 1945, making him the longest serving President.
Franklin had a lovely black Scottish terrier, known as Fala.
It was a great tour of the house, and outside we ...
... level and stopped off at M&M World and Midtown Comics before returning to The Counter Burger. Just as good, if not better than the day before! We have limited ourselves to one more visit before we leave, and to keep to this pact we bought supplies to make chilli tonight. I'm writing this as we sit on the ferry about to head out to the Statue of Liberty, and later we plan to visit the 9/11 memorial and Wall Street. Until tomorrow blog ...
... by Bob Goff! We lunched at TGI's Times Square- the first TGIs to be opened ever. Then we walked around, went upto 5th Avenue and found the much anticipated NBA store. Toby has been saving money to spend here so we spent awhile there letting him decide what he wanted. He was very happy with his purchases:) We looked around a bit more and then headed to Central Park using the subway. Not as efficient, easy to navigate or clean as the train systems we ...