Hampton Inn Nanuet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... of it and as someone once said to me a happy wife, happy life. We had dinner in the posh Restaurant next to our hotel as we were rushing and didn't want to miss one note from Gigi. The show started at 7.00pm and it's already 6.00pm. Our dinner arrived at 6.25pm and we had to rush a superb Lemon Chicken with pasta and broccoli leaving half behind. We usually leave half the meals behind in New York as the servings are so large. Luckily the theatre was only 2 blocks away so we could make it ...
... artist, V.S. Gaitonde. We wandered back to the apartment through Central Park and ended up back at the Bethesda Fountain. When we were there the other day, we didn't walk under the bridge due to the wedding proposal happening. This time we did and could not believe what we saw under the bridge. It was a beautiful mosaic and such a surprise. Not something you expect to see. One other thing ...
... Battery Park and then we sailed under the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge and the Williamsburg Bridge (the BMW of bridges). Turning around, we headed back to downtown Manhattan. Disembarked the ferry and recommenced the joke that was trying to find the bus stops for the so-called bus tour that we had signed up for. Did I mention the guide on the ferry was terrific? The bus came and we completed the Downtown tour all the way to the Rockefeller Centre. ...
... in the photos. We then went and checked into our 2nd part of the tour which was a climb up to the pedastool of the statue right under her feet. We felt a little bad for looking up Lady's dress but enjoyed getting some snaps anyway. It was even colder up on the pedastool so we took our photos of the statue and the skyline from this angle before climbing back down the stairs and into the museum. Once again it was very ...
... ground and look up at, and lonely George! We barely scratched the surface, but thoroughly enjoyed a few hours there. Our next stop, and sadly I have to say one of the things I was looking forward to the most in New York, was a trip to Katz's Deli (of Harry met Sally and Man v Food fame). I had the Reuben with extra pastrami, and Dev had a hot dog. Blown away. One of the best things I've ever eaten, and the atmosphere was fantastic. Worth a trip to New York just for ...