Hilton Garden Inn Rockaway
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... m glad I went just so I could see what it was like, but it's not something I'd rush back to. I found the time-outs and other stoppages frustrating, I just wanted them to keep the game moving and play for more than a few minutes at a time. Considering the playing time for the game was 48 minutes, plus 14 minutes of half time plus maybe 10 minutes for breaks between quarters, the game should have gone from 8pm to 9.15 - we left after 10.30pm. But I guess ...
... friends Kristen and Adam got married in a beautiful upstate New York wedding, at which I was Kristen’s maid of honor. Lucky for me, Adam is Australian, so approximately half of the guests at this wedding had traveled from Australia for the occasion! Well, they were all lovely. Duh. And I was hooked, I started to really think about what this might mean, could I actually do it? Do I have the guts to just pick up and leave my career I’ve worked so hard for, my ...
... We also commented that one 'installation' was clearly incomplete only to be told by the artist it was.... oooops. Don't think we are welcome back at the Guggenheim but that's ok as we don't need to return! Good sandwiches though! Then, we decided a tour of Harlem was in order. The tour was led by a lady called Lady AltaVisa who lives in Harlem. She was entertaining and interesting and we ...
So that is the crazy but exciting experience of New York done and dusted. The first morning of our first full day we were greeted almost immediately after leaving our hostel by Tony - an elderly, short, female New Yorker who somehow identified us as tourists straight away (I think the take away coffee and dunkin donuts for breakfast we had in our hands along with looking puzzled at a pocket map of NY gave it a way slightly). She educated us on the nearest subway and on Central ...
... road, 5th avenue, and all the expensive apartments and current or past (now museums) mansions, the guide said that the street cart vendors pay up to US$280,000 per year for a concession to have their cart on that street. As he said that's a lot of $4 hotdogs. With local direction we found a food hall in a shopping plaza building. It was about 11.20am. It wasn't like a NZ food hall. It was more akin to the Harrods of London food hall, but not as flash or as expensive. ...