Hampton Inn 35th St. Empire State Building
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... double decker bus, which we did not find, but the bus stopped at lights and let us on anyway cause it was so cold!! Nice bus driver. We travelled via the tour bus all the way back up to midtown Manhattan, near our hotel, got off and walked the last couple of blocks back to the hotel and put a couple of bags in the room so we could head onto the huge Toys R Us store in Times Square!! This a three storey toy store that has a three storey high Ferris wheel in ...
... coverage of crises provides immediate information to the citizen. Furthermore, young people are questioning the lessons of history. To understand the origin and consequences of all contemporary conflicts, more and more teachers think their students based on specific educational projects.
Supporting educational projects
DMPA, among other missions, that develop and support educational projects focused on the memory ...
... until 11:45....**** that but she said they hold tables for 15 minutes after the booking so we just had to make it there by 10:30 and we would be sweet. Well we made it with plenty of time to spare and a frigging table wasn't even ready when we got there anyway!! So we got a drink at the bar, I got a signature cocktail, it tasted like berries and wine so **** basically but that was in no way any indication of the amazingness that would be coming. I can't really ...
... stadium in the Bronx.
Meanwhile Gav, Josh & Jack headed off to do a tour of "Madison Square Garden". They were very much looking forward to it. I headed off in search of a couple of key iconic sites from Seinfeld. First stop was the "Restaurant". Found out it was only a few metro stops down our Red Line and then a couple of blocks walk. I found it quite easily and was quite excited. Took a few photos of ...
... track that has been converted to an above ground pedestrian commuter route. It starts on W 30th and ends in the meatpacking district. I found a burger and slowly walked my way back to midtown, which took absolutely ages! It was relatively quick without traffic! I met up with Jenn, who I met in, and hadn't seen since Galapagos which was really awesome. We went to a sports bar, had a ...