Holiday Inn NYC - Manhattan 6th Avenue - Chelsea
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was an outlet. Some of Anthon's friends were carrying cabin size luggage. Waooowww. But after the trip, yes definitely bring a cabin size luggage for shopping or standard size if you shop really alot. Lets summarise what we bought, Tory Burch shoes, Prada wallet, MK bag, Nike bag, Hugo belts, Tumi cabin luggage, Bebe overcoat, and I actually forgot what else. We met with husband and gang and after contemplating whether we should follow or not (they have been asking us ...
... mantra from Heinz advertising "Beanz Meanz Heinz" (something he said to me nearly everyday when I worked there!). To celebrate their arrival we went for dinner at Beauty and Essex. We had been once before for Thomas’s Mums birthday and it was just as good a second time. After dinner we went for drinks at 230 Fifth where we sat outside beneath a purple Empire State building. It is a bit cooler in New York now so we made use ...
... out for hours & we are still talking about how incredible it was! The live backing band included members of Blondie & White Snake – lots of guitar string licking (I kid you not!) long blonde hair flicking (yes from the boys) & tight shiny leggings as pants. We have never seen anything like it that was NOT a fully staged arena rock concert and it was incredible! If you get the chance & are from our 'era’ then don’t miss it!
... men; Nishkori (Japan) No 10 against Raonic (Canada) No 5. Nishkori is 5'10" & 68kg, Raonic 6'5" & 98kg. To start with it looked like Raonic with his bullet serve was going to wipe the floor with him but the tide turned. We went home just into the 3rd set as it was just after midnight and Paula had to go to ...
... and what the future may bring. We slept our last night in 18A on the floor and Mark woke up at 5 am to finish some work and out-processing at the hospital. He's already been to McDonald's, Starbucks and the hospital in search of strong WiFi. Me? I slept in, showered, worked on my blog, snuggled with Max and have picked up some clothes on the floor only to fold them and put them back down on the ...