Hampton Inn 35th St. Empire State Building
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Fitness/Health center
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... there’s no one to climb over when you want to go to the loo, and b] because there’s more room to recline your seat without anyone behind you.
I was feeling very tired and bleary eyed, but we walked to the station to board a 7 train to Grand Central, the a 1 train to Bowling Green, which is named after a small park next to the fort of New Amsterdam in 1733. Today it is next to Battery Park, of which you’ve probably heard. ...
... and looked stunning. As the newly married Mr & Mrs Marion walked in everyone cheered and that's when the celebrations begun. Dinner was announced and a white sheer curtain was pulled aside revealing a long dining table and a fabulous dinner setting. As we sat down the sun was setting which set such a great mood leading into the night. As we were munching away on the incredibly delicious food everyone listened to ...
Last night I went to a show called wicked. It had a girl called Elphaba. A girl called Glorinda. And a prince. It started out with a long wait. soon the broadway show began. First a mother had a baby she was a green baby. she was named Elphaba. Elphaba was the wicked witch of the west. I thought the show was fun. I loved the show because it had a girl named ...
We sadly farewelled the LaValle family and headed to New York winding our watches forward an hour. It was beginning to snow ever so lightly as we left Palatine and again as we waited to board our flight. Landed at La Guardia Airport and purchased a 7 day, $30 each, metro pass.
Onto a bus heading towards Manhattan. Through Harlem where Halloween celebrations were beginning. Costumed people everywhere - busy, busy, busy. We remembered some of the suburbs ...
... in the way that the lights on Broadway and Times square balanced out the quiet with their visual noise. By the time we had walked the entire length of Broadway the bustle had begun to pick up and entering Central Park with all the early dog walkers felt like walking into a movie set. We wandered through the park climbing rocks, terrifying squirrels, dreaming it was later in the day so we could play at the ...