Hampton Inn White Plains / Tarrytown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... cutting out paper and sticking it onto canvas. Now I am sure it was a lot more involved than that but I'm no visual artist, so am not going to try and explain the complexity. Hannah really enjoyed this exhibition and wanted a print of one of his blue nudes for her bedroom. Why she chose that from the print choices, I don't know - but something about it spoke to her. She was really interested in his process of ...
... voice through a program of works all written since 2009, especially for this a cappella ensemble. Seven of the eight singers either sing or have sung with Trinity Wall Street choir, and their musicianship is outstanding! Interesting, complex and very creative compositions require gymnastic vocal technique and control of pitch and tone colour, and confident use of whispers, sighs, throat and harmonic singing, belting, yodelling, bel canto, and strong rhythmic and ...
We walked across Central Park and had a quick burger for lunch at the Boat House and continued walking the west side of the park up to 99th street. We took in the Jackie Onassis reservoir, the playing fields, some squirrels and the fine buildings on the west side.
After the walk we caught the subway back to the Rockefeller centre for hot chocolate. We sat in a cafe on 50th street and watched the crowd. ...
... 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 ...
... look there!" Between beautiful parks, horse and carriages, places from the movies and, of course, squirrels it felt like I was going to get dizzy just keeping up with her little moments of delight.
We managed to get a look at landmarks such as Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace (big fountain and courtyard) and Literary Walk. So we knocked off a few of the famous spots just in ...