Hampton Inn & Suites Newark-Harrison-Riverwalk
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... on and wished me luck, to the newspaper seller that gave me clear directions from 49th St to Grand Central Station. Grand Central is less than 2 kilometres from the hotel and a nice easy walk so I'm using that as my point of reference. It seems to be working so far. Today was my photography day and I met James, my photographer, down on the corner of Houston (Howston not Houston) and Broadway. We went through Soho and I learned about the history and ...
... of student life in the USA, even down to seeing lads in their 'frat' t-shirts. We chose this area of the city for its well known nightlife however we both showed our age this evening as after an enormous Mexican dinner, along with 24oz raspberry margarita, (and a very heavy day of walking) we both ended up walking home and crashing in bed! 25 going on 40! I've had the best first day in New York. We have crammed so much in and I look forward to what tomorrow ...
... most places....except here. Finally, was a patisserie that specialised in cannoli, an Italian pastry filled with something similar to cream cheese. Everyone else on the tour, including the English and the Australians were familiar with these, but we'd never heard of them. They were delicious though and even Jess ate one. So, we said goodbye to Bert and the group and headed to a bar round the corner for a drink. After that, we walked through Washington park where Jess and ...
... and have an opportunity to see it in the US or UK, I highly recommend going to see it (we only have to wait until sometime in 2017 for it to arrive in Melbourne!!) unless you are a Mormon, generally devoid of humour or are easily offended.
Monday we wandered around Union Square and the Flatiron District. As we'd missed out not he Soul Food lunch the other day we went back to Harlem and Amy Ruth's. It was interesting I can say that and ...
... and Tunnel People) fits now that many of
those who would be inclined to use it live in places like Williamsburg,
Astoria, and Jersey City. Wasn’t it Woody Allen who said several decades ago
that his worst nightmare was to be kidnapped by a group of secretaries who
would tie him and force him to say nice things about Queens? There are probably
not so many jokes about the Outer Boroughs anymore.
Astoria is known as New York’s ...