Hampton Inn & Suites Fairfield
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Today we are all exploring Central Park - three on foot and three cycling. The cyclists pick up their bikes, meet our guide and walk the bikes to Central Park. The park is crowded - there is a fun run in progress, horse drawn carriages with tourists on board, pedi cabs with tourists on board, some serious cyclists and walkers so we join the throng. The park is located in the middle of Manhattan and sprawls across 843 acres and the design was the result of a competition held ...
... was the woman sitting next to her on the plane from LA who was going to NY to be a bridesmaid for a friend.......it was, it definitely was. Saw the Gustave Klimt exhibition at The Neue gallery. Centrepiece is the portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer (confiscated by the Nazis and finally repatriated to the working class 90 year old niece of Adele after 70 years of dispute by the Austrian government. She promptly sold it for $135 mil to Ronald Lauder - Estee's son). ...
... by the fact that Bryan got us an upgrade which meant it was one of the rare occasions we turned left when we got on the plane.
Nice one Bryan!
The flight was smooth and really comfortable and we made good time landing an hour before schedule. We had hoped to see Jody's cousin Rhonda at JFK as coincidently, she had taken off an hour before us from Heathrow so we were hoping our 1 hour early landing meant we would arrive at the same time but we couldn't find ...
... Staten Island is famous for nothing. We about-faced, got back on the ferry and sailed back to Manhattan, where we took the subway back to Greenwich Village. I love this bit of NYC - all cafes and trendy shops. Exactly the sort of place that two middle aged parents and their utterly disinterested children are welcomed with open arms. We found an Italian restaurant for lunch - which was great - and hightailed it north by taxi back to ...
... would be if they went through all that rigmarole and also had to sit through a terrible performance. Greig also really enjoyed the Les Mis production and said he was pretty stoked he went to see it.
We explored Time Square this night too which was so cool as it wasnt crowded like it had been during the day and the lights and atmosphere were so much more impressive and kind of romantic. The night ended with dinner and drinks at the Roxy Diner at 1am.