Hampton Inn & Suites Fairfield
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... blue clear day. It was freezing up there and the remnants of the snow was piled in the corner. We then went down to Central Park and got a horse and carriage ride around the park. It was really lovely but cold even under the blanket. There is a skating rink in the park and also one in the ...
... to go to in New Jersey to watch the sun go down over Manhattan. Best bus routes to see the most of Manhattan, the current off the radar theatre shows to see and where to but the tickets and some local sites
She asked my what I was doing downtown - ie being her in the Lower East Side. She seemed surprised that I was staying in this part of town. Now that I think of it I haven't seen many tourists if any at all. Certainly international people ...
... not-so-good weather we had yesterday afternoon. We headed down the Hudson River, rounded the bottom of Manhattan (Battery Park) and up the East River as far as the United Nations buildings. We sailed under 3 bridges - Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges. Then we retraced our voyage (you can't retrace steps on water can you?) to view that very famous landmark where we were able to get some good photos. Heading back towards the pier, our ...
... It has some of the original escalators and this is something that people actually like. For me, it just seems too much like stepping back in time! I don't enjoy the shopping or the crowds. Turns out that this may have been a bad idea. I had wanted to go to 230 on 5th which is a rooftop cocktail bar, but the thought of going back to the apartment to shower and change, then schlepping back into Midtown is not an appealing one. We decide instead to go back, rest up a bit, then have ...
... to our hostel. It was a long and exhausting day but I enjoyed seeing more of the city.
On Monday I went for a tour of some of Central Park before going to Chelsea Market for lunch. Then I walked the High Line, a disused elevated railway track that has been converted to public gardens. On my way back to the hostel I stopped by Madison Square Garden. In the evening I went with a group of people from the hostel to a Yankees baseball game where ...