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Nice relaxed day today in Central Park. It is massive and so finding our way round proved difficult. We first sat near this quaint little Cottage and played cards. Mum won... Again! Mum- 4, Dad- 1, Me-0... This was going to get ugly. We then had a stroll along to the pond which was lovely and found a nice spot under some trees to relax and for me to try and gain some ...
... life like and you could have your photo taken with any one of them as there were no barriers. Tonight we went to a small bar round the corner to enjoy happy hour and oysters for $1.50ea. We met a lovely couple from Denver and the barman was Australian who came from Brisbane so a good night had by all..tomorrow is our last full day here cannot believe the time has gone so quickly ..still lots to ...
... Without a doubt though, the most incredible part of the entire plane was the HD, touch-screen TVs that came with each seat. Each screen also was accompanied by a touch-screen remote that was basically a fully-functional, mini-sized version of the main screen. Next to the screen, each person had a power outlet and USB port to charge wireless devices!! WHAT?! So much better than Megabus outlets. Is there anything Emirates didn't think of? Unfortunately ours did ...
... start our 2 day hop on hop off bus ticket and took our first ride on the downtown loop starting at Battery Park. We sat up the top of the bus as this had the best view however it did have its drawbacks, we froze. This loop took us past Grand Central, the U.N, The Chrysler Building, Katz Deli (from "When Harry met Sally"), Bellevue Hospital and the rest of the Lower East Side. Now freezing we decided to jump off back in Times Square and defrost somewhere cosy for lunch, a ...
... off 42nd St. and headed downtown along Park Ave. With no itinerary in mind we took the INXS "just keep walkin'" approach and before we knew it we were in the West (Greenwich) Village at W. 14th and Eighth Ave. The Village is one of my favourite areas in Manhattan with its labyrinth of charming side streets and quirky shops. We ventured down Washington Pl passing the many NYU campus buildings that populate a large part of this area. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center