Hampton Inn North Brunswick/New Brunswick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Our first two days in New York have been big. We arrived at our apartment in Chelsea at 10 o'clock at night, having travelled for more than 36 hours, both longing to lie flat. Since getting some sleep we have walked and walked, exploring our immediate neighbourhood downtown, and then have branched out into midtown experiencing everything this great city has to offer. New York is often called the city that never sleeps and it ...
... 8212;don white masks and are sworn to salience before we explore the vast and spooky McKittrick Hotel. As we wander around strange rooms of various persuasions, all from bygone eras over four warehouse floors, you can't help but marvel at the decoration in mind-blowing detail. The building is ours - we make our own choices as to what rooms to enter and when, but the trick is to find the show’s performers ...
... and it doesn't take great photos so the ones I have of the Statue of Liberty are awful but the ones I have of Manhattan are nice. It was very fun - more fun because it was free. By the time I got back it was late so I just had a few beers with the boys in the hostel and has some Chinese food. Notably people are less pleasant here, but I don't mind. Feels like home! (Well ...
... the combined forces of several staff,a paper clip and brute force the job was sorted. As the hotel is virtually next door to the magnificent grand Central Station we went in to admire the grandeur of the domed astronomical ceiling, the huge marble concourse with its wonderful chandeliers not however before mistakenly entering a bank and the post office- the station has so many grand entrances it's difficult to sort out which is ...
... corner here! I continued down popular Bleecker Street to make my way to Bosie Tea Parlor. This stretch of Bleecker Street is so cute. There are many boutiques of places that I cannot afford to shop and lovely cafes all along the street. I happened to find a few jewelry stores that were in my price range so I was able to land three new pairs of earrings and another necklace. I've already admitted that I have a problem. That's the first step, ya know. ...