Hampton Inn 35th St. Empire State Building
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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It was a bit fresh stepping off the plane at New York LaGuardia Airport into minus degrees - very different to the temperatures in Brazil! It was time to dust off the thermals we had carried in our back packs all year, get out the down jacket James had lent us and layer up with our Alpaca jumpers. We had 3 full days to try and see everything and Sara had devised an aggressive sightseeing strategy to make ...
... to set was a great idea. It was a lovely time of day to walk it although the wind had really picked up. We returned to the flat with sore legs after a big day of sightseeing.
That evening we went for dinner at Stanton Social in the East Village (sister restaurant of Beauty and Essex). We had been to the restaurant once before and like its family sized plates which basically mean tapas style food. A highlight of ...
... up to poke at it, when it jumped at him and wrapped his arms around him!! I think Jordan literally just **** his pants on the spot. It was a guy in a King Kong suit (you know, King Kong climbing up the side of the Empire State Building!) and obviously to entertain himself, he was pretending to be a statue knowing people would come poking at him and he'd frighten the **** out of them. It was hilarious. There was even a guy standing over to the side, which was meant to be ...
... Performing Arts, which boasts a notable list of alumni, and then along the western edge of Central Park which used to be the prime residential area of Manhattan. The Dakota Building where John Lennon lived and was shot overlooks Central Park. It is right next to the twin towered San Remo building which is a landmark visible throughout the park. Right opposite the Lennon's apartment in Central Park is the Strawberry Fields monument erected by Yoko to mark Lennon's life. St ...
... complex. They have built two huge square water features and inscribed the names of the almost 3000 victims from the terror attacks. The memorials look great and are positioned where the old twin towers were. From here I headed inside to the museum. I spent about 3 hours in here reading all the information about the attacks, the plot, daily events and post attack reaction. Incredibly interesting and very hard to take in once again. What I ...