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 …
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Today's entry is going to be pretty short because I am really starting to forget the minutiae of the day. Mom and I woke up too late to eat breakfast at the hotel, so we decided to wait until we got to the Museum of American Finance to eat.
Yes, you read that right. The Museum of American Finance. How …
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Today was a great day to be alive. It involved a bunch of awesome things, including: sleeping in, a wax museum, Broadway, and my mother.
We woke up around eleven after a surprisingly restful sleep. I say 'surprisingly' because my beautiful mother snores are comparable to the sound of that herd of zebra …
Author's note: I would like to start by saying that I am very sorry for not posting over the last few days. I have needed to pack a lot of sightseeing into a very short amount of time, and I haven’t had much excess time or energy for writing. Also, though the posts I am writing right now are for New York (May 18-22), …
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