Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Long Branch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived in New York yesterday afternoon at about 4.30, after leaving Orlando at 10.50. We had to land in Atlanta for an hour or so and then fly on to New York. We went to the hotel after a LONG taxi ride (traffic was jammed really bad due to the midtown tunnel having lanes closed). After going around the block a couple times we got dropped off at the hotel. It's a great hotel. Brand new, ...
... at a diner on the next corner. Scrambled eggs on toast with potatoes and coffee for $8.17 which sounds reasonable to me. The weather is beautiful here today - blue sky, sunshine and 26 degrees. My first job is to go for a walk to MAC Cosmetics to fulfil Naomi's order. The shops on Broadway don't open till 10 so a quick coffee stop at Starbucks and hook in to their wifi. Although the hotel I'm staying in also has good ...
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... a double spiral staircase on the interior of the Statue of Liberty and a five second view out the windows in her crown, two glorious twin towers viewed from the Hudson River, two guards fighting in a lift as I ascended the Empire State Building and bringing home a shopping bag that said Macy's. However, this current visit is long enough for Bonnie and I to really make a meal of the place, rather than just having having an hors d'oeuvre like my last visit. Over our last ...
... scenes inspired by Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca. (Neither of which I know anything about!!) and follow the guys around the sets. Packs of audience members practically run after performers through dark passages and up and down stairwells.
After you have had enough, or as an intermission at any stage you choose you can pop back to the bar and have a cleansing ale before donning ...