Holiday Inn Express - Staten Island West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... pice of Tiffany's glass for the clock. From there we headed to the Empire State Building - another audio tour is available which describes the process of building the ESB as well as costs etc. There are 2 observation decks at the ESB; 86th floor and 102 floor. Both offer wrap around views of the city, though the lower deck is open-air and is obviously (being lower) the most common. We had City Pass tickets, which gives you access to the 86th floor, ...
... some yummy chips followed by tacos. Mardi had a quesadilla. I toyed with the grass hopper tacos but went for the prawn. Or as its called here, shrimp.
After lunch we took it easy, dinner at 11 Madison was planned later in the day so it was going to be a late night.
We both dressed up and made our way to the 23rd street station in the flatiron district for dinner on Madison Avenue. The restaurant is simply called its ...
... production trailer that actors/stars use to dress up in and eat and rest in. The trailer had been there for a shoot for Men's Health magazine and the person using it had been Helena Christensen. She'd gone an hour earlier, they were cleaning up and the caterer hadn't come back. So they were giving away the copious left over food and drink. at hey invite us into theatregoer to have a look. Ang took a cookie and referred them to the homeless looking people a bit further along. ...
... with Brooklyn, and is a road bridge but with a footpath above the road, making it very pedestrian friendly (other than a few impatient cyclists and plenty of people stopping for a selfie). It's just another of New York's many famous sights, and was a nice enough walk across. It also gave some pretty good views of the skyline from the other side. As it was getting a bit later, we didn't spend much time in Brooklyn other than walk around trying to find a subway station ...
... a husband's life to manage. -What are you going to do there? It's NYC. What am I NOT going to do there? Seriously? That is the dumbest question I've ever heard in my life and I teach middle school. -You are going by yourself? Yes. I do most things by myself. Am I supposed to wait to start my life until I get married? How sad that would be. -Aren't you scared? No. I freaked out a little the day before I left, but up until then, no. I am more ...