Hilton Garden Inn Westbury
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 5 blocks. So now I realise I might as well walk, and back into central park I go. I finally head into the skyscrapers and find myself walking through Lexington Avenue which is super posh, I quickly find myself where I need to be, outside the colossus of stadiums that is Madison Square Garden. It was so vast I didn’t even know where to go for tour tickets, luckily for me the security guy was absolutely lovely giving me directions and offering to take ...
... the highlights of this leg of the tour was seeing the United Nations. The traffic was at a crawl and when we got off the bus we found out why. Loads of families had congregated in the area to watch the Ice-skating and look at the Christmas tree there. Finally made it back to the hotel exhausted. Did I mention that we stopped for coffee at Starbucks (one on every corner) and used their wifi to book tickets to see Les Mis? After a couple of hours rest, we walked ...
By avoiding the Midtown Tunnel and taking the Queensboro Bridge instead, we make it out of Manhattan surprisingly quickly and head east onto Long Island and our old haunts – Westbury, Garden City and Port Washington. It's a good ten years since we moved away from here and it does feel a little strange to be back given how familiar everything looks. Grand Central Parkway and the Long ...
... the subway to central Manhattan, we wandered through the buzz and excitement of Broadway and Times Square and then onto the more serene atmosphere of Central Park.
Whilst in Broadway, we picked up some half priced tickets to Les Miserables for that evening's enjoyable performance from the very popular cut price ticket booths!
... casting a watchful eye over passersby. 'I hope she runs the show around here' I say, 'so she can tell the locals not to mug us!'. In truth, East village is now a very trendy area, full of bars and restaurants but it is a far cry from the slum it was 35 years ago according to Carol who we meet the next morning 'They were so desperate to get people to live here, that I bought this apartment for a dollar! The Police didn't even dare come down here, we had three men who acted ...