Hilton Stamford Hotel & Executive Meeting Center
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... we did West Side Story. Fate is a funny thing! The walk was lovely, I went and saw the view from Belvedere Castle, went to Shakespeare's garden and Strawberry Fields. Saw the memorial plaque for John Lennon, his apartment that he shared with Yoko overlooked the park. So many tourists sitting on the memorial, a wonderful sentiment though. I waiting for the tour bus for ages but it never arrived so I walked to the other side of the park and had a little look in The Museum ...
... do?!" Indy exclaimed "F$%^" in her little parrot kind of way. We ignored it and made big eyes to each other like "Whoops!!!" and then she said it again...Thankfully we haven't heard it since but both of us are VERY careful with what we say now!
That afternoon we went back to the shopping district. Indy fell asleep at the perfect time and I was able to buy a couple of dresses and some shoes. Adrian saved his shopping for that evening when we made it ...
... for Mike. Lazaro had just what we needed. It's where rockers go to get jewelry. If Steven Tyler can pull off Lazaro, so can he I suppose. We settled on a braided leather band with a cool clasp. It looks great!! It says "I may be an insurance guy, but I might also be a badass" We had time for a quick breeze through Chelsea market before the comedy show and I found the cool round food molds I've been wishing for (yes, I might ...
... of professional competitors and amateur runners, but also spectators from all over the world, as the entire city and its 5 boroughs turn into a giant block party.
More importantly, it is an event that brings together people from all walks of life in celebration of the human strength and ...
... caught the subway down to the lower west suburb of Chelsea. Here we grabbed a coffee at a nice little shop called Joes, and then walked the northern section of the High Line back towards our hotel. The High Line is a walking path and garden built on an abandoned elevated railway line. This railway used to enable good to be transported by train to and from warehouses in the Chelsea and the Meat Packing Districts, however now the structure has been wonderfully transformed in to ...