Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan SoHo Village
Travel Blogs from New York City
Hi from New York City! I decided at somewhat the last minute to add NYC to this leg of my journey since I was already Atlanta. Besides, it really doesn't take much for me to visit my favourite city in America. Ironically, instead of being sucked into the hustle and bustle of the fast pace of the Big Apple, I've found myself reassessing the …
... justice. Maybe next week when we come back.
So, we thought we’d wander through St James park and go up and see Liz and Phil at the Palace. We were amused by the antics of the squirrels in the park on the way. They are too cute! They sit on peoples laps, climb their legs, fight with the pigeons, ducks and geese for the morsels of food and generally keep the tourists happy and the ground clear of breadcrumbs!
Big crowd at ...
... the Empire State at night. First stop was the 86th floor observation deck, open to outside. Great 360 degree views and a very clear night. Next stop was the 102nd floor. So high up! The 102nd floor is the spire at the very top!!! Is only about 10m in diameter. We did manage to be at the top of the building at midnight, apparently that meant something to Karina... A great night for our final night in NY and on the Disneyworld ...
Hello New York - Goodbye Bess! Hopefully see you in the not too distant future, drinking Pina Colada's on a beach somewhere wearing a grass skirt and a coconut bra! (you would rock that look!)
Landing in the airport with no plan is a strange sensation. What to do first....get money out, find a place to stay, find a way to get to where you're staying. Bobs yer uncle!
Money out - OK, plug in the "amazing zero interest will sort your life out for ...
... many great acts. Acts coming up include Bob Dylan and Alice Cooper.
After we got settled we ventured onto the street. The neighbourhood was busy with people heading home, picking up a few groceries at the local Fairway Supermarket. After getting a quick bite to eat we sat and listen to some jazz in the Hotel Bar. The musician was Bill Wurtzel who has played with Paul Simon and is a director of the Jazz Foundation of America.
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