Hampton Inn Garden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... An amazing engineering feat given the library is over 100 years old.
After we finished at the library we walked to the Rockefeller centre to look at the tree and venture to the top to check out the view. The weather was perfect and the view would be spectacular. But wow. The crowd around the tree was insurmountable. Normally a wide thoroughfare between a couple of the buildings allows for easy access, but today not so. The crowd was a seething ...
... sitting around as Maddie noticed watching an advert that daylight savings ends tonight and we needed to put our watches back an hour. We decided we would go to another broadway show and picked Matilda, it was great, and so funny and sad, and awesome. We decided we still had time in the day for a little shopping and hit up times square again, Levi's, Hershey's, grand slam and build a bear just to name a few. We headed for an earlier than normal tea ...
... in the twenties, still very oldish, with wood carvings and red carpets and gold and old lusters (look at that, almost the same word as in French!). I almost expected to meet the "phantom of the opera"!! great a place.
Finally I took the ferry back, then the metro, and here I am at the 39th floor, in Lutgart's apartment... it is getting dark, within some time I will admire Manhattan by night from here!
... my hand, asking me if I was playing anywhere else, and did I have a CD or a card and was I online. I answered his gushy probing with humble good grace and mentally added yet another convert to my plans for world domination. Another 3 million more should do it, I mused, shaking his hand a second time and waving good-bye. "Nice chatting," I said to his girlfriend as they departed. I looked round at the busker who was looking down into his guitar case at the crumpled twenty ...
... was still poking through the branches until I got about half way in. It got pretty windy and dark clouds started to cover the sky so I thought it I might be time to head home. I walked to the west side of the park over to the Strawberry Fields where the Imagine mosaic memorial for John Lennon was. I snapped a quick photo before jumping on the subway. When I got back to Brooklyn it was sunny. Before I got here I read more than a few times that people who live in ...