Holiday Inn NYC - Manhattan 6th Avenue - Chelsea
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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... we hiked back to Greenwich Village to get some. We struggled to find it and searched for over an hour (Greenwich is off the grid system and has irregular streets with names instead of numbers). Anyway, when we eventually tracked it down, it was closed temporarily due to a small problem. The guy said maybe an hour or so. We traipsed off and entertained ourselves then returned after about an hour and a half to find them still closed. The guy came out and ...
As I sit back and reflect over this entire 10day vacation, I can say it has been one of the most fulfilling vacations I have taken. I have learned a lot about myself as a person and as a friend. Typically both Tiffany and I vacation solo but I must say I really enjoyed being with her. This was a long vacation to spend with a friend but there is no truer way to find out if you love someone or hate them then to travel with them. We experienced things together that we will never forget. From ...
... ideas or a case of "if you're onto a good thing...". Either way Annisa did not disappoint. Menu etc to follow. Home to bed! MENUS JEAN GEORGES Amuse Bouches Strawberry spoon, compressed cucumber and wasabi Salmon with sunflower seed and yoghurt salad Chilled cucumber and green curry soup with a splash of something red Appetisers Craig: Foie gras & strawberry granola, aged balsamic & sorrel - yum. Gerard: yellowfin tuna ribbons, avocado & ...
Since my language school starts at 2 p.m., followed by free dinner at my accommodation, I need to get up early if I want to visit something, which might be difficult sometimes :) But today I did it and walked to the Conservatory Garden, the Columbia University and Times Square (as well as passing by Grand Central Station). Funny thing is: I've already been to the ...
... and desperately hoping it was a one time affair, but they came every week, eventually demanding more and more. We opened a shop to help make more money but they demanded we pay for more "protection" to cover the shop. Finally we caught a break when the government sold land out west for extremely cheap in order to help citizens move out west. ...