Hilton Hasbrouck Heights
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... to head towards the ferry to take us over to the Statue of Liberty but we found a shop called Century 21 which is a clothing shop, 5 levels of clothing, bags, makeup etc. We checked out the kids floor and ladies section before having lunch in a cafe. After lunch we walked down to buy our ticket over to the Statue of Liberty. Ticket bought and off through security before we could board the ferry over. What a mad house the security building was but we got ...
... on my walk which is why I wasted a photo on it.
And this was a free salsa lesson. He had about twenty people dancing along on the footpath. This bloke was really good. But only to be expected over here. I didn't watch for long but even I now know the basic salsa step and what he calls the Suzie Q.
So onwards to Chinatown. I passed Little Italy on the way but that's now nothing compared to Chinatown which seems to just ...
Today was our first day of all three of us getting ready in a one bedroom, one bath apartment, and it was successful! We had our times we were going to get us and how long it takes each of us to get ready. There are three mirrors in here and we actually all ended up just using two of them. The
shower is so small and hot I actually had a panic attack and needed to stand in front of the fan for a few minutes to ...
... decide on what show to see. Major chose Spider-Man so Mickell's main goal was to get those tickets. TKTS is a booth that sales last minute tickets to the shows (sometimes at a discount). Meanwhile, Major and I got checked-in to the Hilton Times Square. I wasn't able to get any good deals so the price was really ridiculous for what we got. Still, the hotel had a perfect location right across the street from the theater where Spider-Man ...
... very busy roads. You also get your cheap tickets here for the broadway theatres, the booth is off a curb adjacent to the busy road. Two long billboard towers mark the main square (I'd call it an isosilies triangle). The businesses must have the billboards illuminated a certain percent every 24hrs! See my night photos from on top of the Empire State Building, to see how much they light up the sky scrapers next to it. Anyway this area is tourist central! and is mayhem at night, ...
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