Holiday Inn NYC - Manhattan 6th Avenue - Chelsea
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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... touring....decided to take the night bus tour to see the big city lights! It was drizzling a bit before we got on, but luckily none of us were wearing white pants - whew! The tour started, and we wondered where the tour guide was. Evidently there is no tour guide on the night bus (another reason NOT to use this bus service). Went through downtown, China Town, Little Italy...then over the Manhattan bridge to Brooklyn. Amazing view of the city at night!
... Luckily it was not too bad making our way across, we did get on one wrong train heading in the wrong direction but a kind lady helped us out! And we were back on track. We were both very sad about it all coming to an end but we had an incredible six months and a perfect ending in New York. So not much more we could have asked for. We made memories that will never leave us and that will inspire us always to want to experience new places.
Kirsty and Tom :-)
... went all the way to the top, so we think another famous person is here at the mo. This hotel is unassuming, so wouldn't attract attention.
It is hot & humid in NY, tropical. They are having storms and tournedos at the mo, luckily not in the city where we are. Have had a message from Jack today, he'd had to bunk down yesterday due to tornado warnings. A major one went through killing people, again very lucky nowhere near Jack.
Today we went downtown to the 9/11 memorial and museum. Couldn't get in until 4, so a bit of shopping in nearby department store first. The museum only opened up a week ago, so that was good for us. Spent hours going through it. It is so well done. Got teary a few times. It's still quite incomprehendable. The stories of survivors, the artefacts. There was just so much there. Still didn't see it all in ...
... Unfortunately my Sox lost, although not without the excitement expected when these teams meet, when an instant replay dispute led to the ejection of the Sox manager.
Our final hours in the City that Never Sleeps were upon us, so we decided to pay homage to that moniker. Upon late arrival back in the East Village, we decided to have one final toast to the town, so we swooped into an empty bar. However, Rufio noticed something familiar about a hot dog shack next ...