Hampton Inn & Suites Fairfield
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... included, are best seen from ground level, their architecture, street life and buzz are all best appreciated by looking straight at them. But New York is special, it has great architecture, street life and boy does it buzz, but it also has the most amazing skyline and you really do need to climb up to see it. I will let the pictures below tell the story far better than I can.
... Pretty cool.
We also sat and watched the family day activities as characters from A Christmas Tale appeared before us. We also met Charles Dickens.
We then ventured into the original part of the building and Morgan's original study and library. A rich, plush, dark space. An amazing array of books, the Gutenberg bible, the original Dickens manuscript for a Christmas Tale. We also located the secret staircases that led to the upper levels of the ...
... with the constellations. I was able to make an appointment for 12.30 to have my iPod looked at which was nearly two hours away, so we sat on the steps at one end of grand central and wrote in our journals and people watched. Turns out my iPod's battery had died, just out of warranty, so I now have no music for my run. I was able to get some songs downloaded at grand central but connection very slow. It turns out it was a good thing we spent ...
... insect we hear in the Provence), and a kind of mini natural museum with fossils, minerals and stuffed animals. Funny!
For the first time I could admire phosphorescent minerals that in the dark give such amazing colours when illuminated with UV light! It made me think of the forests at night in "Avatar";-)
After the museum, a little lunch, and then continuing to walk. I reach this lovely St George ...
... more," he smiled. "We just paid $10 a piece to see a band that wasn't as good as you." "And spent a hundred on drinks," said the girl without looking up from her phone. "And it didn't make them sound any better," laughed the man. Presently he apologised for having to shortly make an exit - "I have to be up early tomorrow" - but he invited me to impress him just one more time. "How about "Wish You Were Here"? Can you play that?" I could and did. He seemed satisfied and ...