Hampton Inn Manhattan / Times Square South
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Started our day with brunch at a lovely lakeside table at Loeb's Boathouse in Central Park. Wandered around the park for a while after brunch, then took a taxi to Rockefeller Center. Shopped in the Met. Museum store and a few other places, checked out the Today Show set. Took the Stage Door tour of Radio City Music Hall. Very interesting and got to …
... to see it still raining. Sammy again started crying about the thunder as we huddled under a small shopfront awning. A lovely women offered me her umbrella, but I refused, thanking her for her kindness. We called our hotel driver to come and pick us up, and ducked into "The Garden" supermarket to get some yummy things for dinner. Today they had a variety of fish for us to try. We came home and called our families for the first time since we have ...
... first cafe and get a hot drink, some sort of chocolate and huddle like baby rabbits to warm up...we head out into the wind again and race to the market...i was sure i'd find a cloths...nop!! tell a lie there is one...over priced summer gear.Anyway, the market was terrific, fresh every thing...butcher, fruit, spices, deli, cake shops, lobster and oyster bars with the highest stacked glass cases...Bill and I loved it, a fresh pastrami ...
... were truly seeking a “better life”, the new life - free from persecution and poverty. The first immigrant to pass through Ellis Island was Annie Moore, a 15-year-old girl from Cork, Ireland, who arrived on the ship Nevada on January 1, 1892. She and her two brothers were coming to America to meet their parents, who had moved to New York two years prior. She received a greeting from officials and a $10 gold piece. It was the largest sum of money she had ever ...