Hilton New York Fashion District
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... stopped to admire the sculpture and take a picture, including what appeared to be some locals, highlighting the power of its presence and influence over the community. Just ahead of us we could see the neon lights of the famous Apollo sign. We approached the renovated theatre and had our pictures taken but unfortunately you could not go inside. This legendary theatre continues to launch the careers of many new talents during their 'Amateur night at the Apollo' as it did for the ...
I forgot exactly how much prep can be involved in traveling overseas. Where did I put those universal power adapters? Does everything I own use AC/DC power? Why oh why doesn't this Italian hotel have a website to book online? And above all else, how do I expect to do this without a smart phone!?!
A good friend from high school and I are traveling to London for Labor Day weekend/my birthday, and then flying to Italy where we will drive ...
... bull or Wall St Bull statue but after walking the full length of Wall St and back we found out later it was actually located in a Bowling Green Park a few blocks over.
The night before mum and dad arrived so I really wanted to go out with just Chris and I. I did some research and found where all the Jazz clubs and comedy clubs were located in the East village.
We made the mistake of thinking we could catch the ‘A’ subway line train ...
... of Art. Although you could easily spend all day there we focused on the Greek and Roman exhibitions, the South American Exhibits, the dada, surrealist and modern art exhibitions as well as briefly looking at the Punk (fashion) exhibit - which we made our way through pretty quickly. We quickly found our way to a subway train (it was so hot outside and the trains are air conditioned) and made it down to the East Village again for the Gay Pride Parade. Given that DOMA ...
... by the time we called it a night and had to take four trains to get back to the hotel. If it weren't for the fact we were in spectacular New York we would have raged. Our final full day in New York was also our two year wedding anniversary. Some might say this trip is enough of a celebration but we wanted to do something special anyway. We spent the morning in Central Park, we didn't have long but it was enough to appreciate the gardens, cross a romantic bridge and meet a ...
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