Hampton Inn Linden
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We started our second day by walking to the Rockefeller Centre. We arrived so early that there was no queue and we were able to go straight up to the observation deck, top of the rock. Brilliant views, the first 2 levels were from behind large panes of glass but at the highest level we were able to take photos with glass in front of us and around all 360 degrees. Looking at Central Park from there was great to see how far we walked yesterday.
From there we went on the Radio ...
That’s a bit like being able to see France from Dover on a really clear day.
The room itself fits in with the rest of the hotel – it’s very dated and very tired. Bit of a funny smell around too. And it wasn’t me, I’d showered. Compare this to DoubleTree’s in Amsterdam Centraal, or the Tower of London, and it doesn’t deserve to have the name.
I wasn’t hungry, with ...
... on the subway a few times now, so getting used to their metro - it's actually very good - kids travel free also.
Went down to the Statue of Liberty - no tour as we were content in seeing it from afar.
We also walked down the the World Trade Memorial, very sad and humbling, huge crowds to see the official remembrance memorial but we didn't line up as we felt it was more for those who had lost loved ones.
It's 4pm now and were ...
... off for our first tour - the night tour through downtown and Brooklyn. We got many wonderful pictures of downtown buildings, like the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Trump Tower, and the New York Public Library (immortalized in Ghostbusters), and then we got a great feel for Brooklyn, with a night basketball game going on and some neat neighborhoods. The tour took us across the Manhattan Bridge, where we got a great view of downtown and the Brooklyn ...
We left Trumansburg on Tuesday heading for NYC. The first stop was High Point, New Jersey. It is the highest point in New Jersey elevation 1803 feet. Marv, Milly, Vern and I checked into the Travelers Inn in New York . It is on 42nd street.
After checking in, we walked to Times Square. We did some shopping and decided to stay and get tickets to Phantom of the Opera. First Broadway show and it was remarkable. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility