Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan SoHo Village
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As expected our first trip away from home is fantastical...unicorns, ponies, lolli pops. After getting a large x on my boarding pass and being put into the lowest class on the flight ("5"--FYI these are the people who have to sit in the last row, who have no room for their carry-ons and are right beside the stinker)....I thought 'oh man...god …
... on New York
delicacies and decided an inexpensive bowl of Pho would suit me better. I’ll be
back for Katz’s some other time in New York when I’m not already feeling so
Another institution I thought I’d check out in the New
Museum on the Bowery, another art gallery space in a funky 7-story tall modern
building dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art. I sometimes feel like ...
... the amount of times I said "wow!" today (incidentally, the "wow" sounded more and more American every time that I said it...)
But I am getting ahead of myself. So I arrived at the platform, and an older lady came up to me and asked what the tannoy had just said (she was a bit hard of hearing and couldn't always catch what it was saying). I said that it was just the Croton-Harman train (the one I get to the archives) that was running late...again... so the lady ...
... some steps which gave us a quite a good view but we were still quite far away from it. We saw a quarantined Ebola patient march by, a spooky Michael Jackson and zombie gang groove along to “Thriller” and many skeletons, puppets, axe murderers etc. America really goes to town on Halloween and some of the costumes were awesome. It’s very different out here to back home in that you can dress up as literally anything. ...
... have to say if you are coming to NY, the subway is super-efficient and although it can be crowded at certain times, it is safe and once you get the hang of it, very easy to understand. Manhattan is divided perpendicularly by Avenues which run almost the entire length of Manhattan and they are sensibly numbered 1 through 12 (1st Avenue, 2nd Avenue, etc), these are intersected by streets which run horizontally from East to West and the streets are numbered from 1 to whatever. So ...