Hampton Inn Nanuet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a quesadilla. I toyed with the grass hopper tacos but went for the prawn. Or as its called here, shrimp. After lunch we took it easy, dinner at 11 Madison was planned later in the day so it was going to be a late night. We both dressed up and made our way to the 23rd street station in the flatiron district for dinner on Madison Avenue. The restaurant is simply called its address, 11 Madison. We made the short walk in the icy cold. ...
We went to see Matilda the musical. It was absolutely brilliant. It wasn't exactly the same as the book but throughly enjoyable. The cast of kids did a wonderful job and the part of Truchball is played by a man. We then went back to the half price ticket shop and purchased tickets to Cinderella. Keke Palmer played Cinderella so Cherry was very excited. I was so tired I kept nodding ...
Hop on hop off bus tour through the down town. Windy and cold weather - 5 degrees. The conductor was very informative, gave the history of each place visited. Over all visited 22 places in the ride. Sat on the top deck - even though it was very windy. Got off the Brooklyn bridge stop to take a walk on it for an hour. Got the ...
... All passengers and crew were rescued due, in no small part, to the fact that it was the time of day when all the NY ferries changed shifts and so all had been in the vicinity. Consequently there were over a hundred craft who were able to very carefully carry out the rescue. They had to be careful that they didn't create waves which would cause the plane to sink even more quickly. Off the ferry and into a ferry bus to 5th Ave where we wandered down ...
... any culture right here in the East Village- there is Ukrainian right across the street, Asian, Middle Eastern, Moroccan, Italian, French and I have seen Ethiopian. I'm sure there are tons more as well, those are just ones I know of. You could definitely eat somewhere different every day of the week here and still never go to the same restaurant twice. I have had a great birthday here in NY and am very grateful for the fortunate life I lead. Thanks for all the well wishes and love, I feel ...