Hampton Inn Linden
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... a smaller amount of food. For anyone that's been to New York, you'll know 'small' doesn't really happen over there. The portions are so big! It's also a lot more expensive than people told me it would be. Adding tax and service charges onto everything added about $8-10 onto every meal!
We had a big list of attractions and activities we wanted to do, but decided that today we would wander around midtown - where we were staying - seeing things like Radio City Music Hall, ...
if yesterday was dominated by the air today was 100% all about the walk. Just over 14 miles in total, a half marathon and a bit....
We decided to head to Brooklyn Bridge and walk over it. There is always something interesting about crossing bridges, getting to a new place and looking back at where you have come from. Little did we know that thousands of other would have the same idea. However, I feel that the experience was so much better for the crowds, The noise ...
... fall into the field of borderline stalking. Anyway I left a rather odd sounding message... My phone ettikette actually isn't too bad but when I come across a beep and have to think on my feet, the oddest comments pass my lips, spiced with teen girl sounding giggles and on one or two horrific accounts there were even snorts. Sigh. Having left my message, with thank yous and contact information I hung up not expecting to hear from him but at least then he wouldn't have become a what ...
... a very good sight for the entertainers) Jet lag well & truely set in. We had to take our leave and left the girls to carry on, we could only about manage our walk back to hotel for a crash out in our rather large bed. No problems getting to sleep, lights out as soon as our heads hit the pillow. I could hear the odd siren or two hundred as I drifted off to ...
... they have lots of worthwhile exhibits, but there are so many people that you can’t really see everything as everyone blocks one another.
After that I walked down to Wall Street to see the New York Stock Exchange and the general Wall Street area before walking down to see the Bowling Green Bull statue. There were hordes of people swarming the statue so I couldn’t get a good photo.
By now it was nearly 4pm, so I had to start wending my way back uptown. ...