Hampton Inn 35th St. Empire State Building
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and has a balcony outside. The room is smallish but much bigger than many in this city. It has all the required amenities and seems very clean.
By this time, it was after 1.30 and we decided to explore the area and find some lunch. Just down the road we found a deli called Café Bonjour. This was a very efficient café where you make an order for whatever type of food you want (salads, pasta, pizza) then pay then ...
... Vermont didn't prepare me to be very street smart. We saw a lot on that trip (including climbing up the Statue of Liberty), but the thing I remember most is the observation deck at the top of the World Trade Center. Now that the new building is complete, I hope to do that again. In the last couple of years, I have done a lot of business travel. It's always more enjoyable for me if I get to travel with coworkers than if I have ...
Even from our regal vantage point on the 14th deck of the mighty Sea Princess, we are humbled by the majestic green lady of liberty holding out her golden torch to greet us and guide our passage through the narrows into New York harbour. It's a very warm and sunny late Friday afternoon as we acknowledge her good will and proceed toward the impressive towering skyine of New York City, which when bathed in the golden glow of the afternoon ...
... on Amsterdam Avenue, Morningside Heights. [ New York was originally called New Amsterdam]. It is the biggest Cathedral in the world. Construction began in 1892, and it is still deemed 'unfinished'. It is an Episcopal church.
Inside it is cavernous and awe-inspiring, but not as wildly elaborate as some of the churches we saw in Rome. I saw a couple kneeling on the floor, equipped with some paint swatches, so I nosily asked them what they were doing, ...
... as did the key lime pie that followed. Work colleagues will be familiar with my obsession of the thought of bacon brownies. Perhaps melon bacon cheeseburgers might have a future. Where's Delia?
Although I was sorry not to meet up with Martin, who was otherwise engaged in driving his second son back to Uni in Los Angeles (and UK parents complain about their 'Uni runs'!), it was great to catch up with Jim, who, ...