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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... and this shows how persevering the people are.. Some really poignant photos of real people...
This is led me to relflect on whether the natives will ever get back what they lost...
I started to think about some other things I found this week.
Below Washington Park lie over 20,000 bodies died of yellow fever, at a time when all the whites left Manhattan, most of the dead were black.
In the last few ...
... King Henry's massive field suit of armour, ancient Egyptian tombs and sarcophaguses. We also visited the Death Becomes Her display. An interesting collection of mourning attire worn mostly by woman in the 19th century. We watched the MET light their Christmas tree and viewed the Frank Lloyd Wright display of architecture.
After the museum we caught the train home and had a night in. It was freezing cold and we had walked so much we were beat for the ...
Two days worth here ... It rained yesterday, just about all day so we went off to Greenwich Village to do a spot of shopping. We found Chelsea market which was a gem of a place - a bit like Aflek's in Manchester, full of weird and wonderful things - lots of art work and handmade jewellery too. At one point we were drenched with the rain dripping down our necks, so we ended up buying woolly hats and scarves. That felt a bit odd as the weather ...
A nice lazy morning today, we didn't get up until 9:00! We then headed into Manhattan, via Newark airport. Having dropped off our bags at our hotel we went straight to Times Square and booked a show (Wicked!). We ate shrimp at Bubba Gump's (Forest Gump) restaurant and bought Empire State tickets for tomorrow and attempted to walk to Battery Park all from 94th ...
This morning we caught the subway back downtown to walk the Brooklyn Bridge. The Brooklyn Bridge spans the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. When it was completed, in 1883, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. The walk is slightly less than half a km. The pedestrian and cycle way is in the middle of the bridge, elevated above the traffic. Unfortunately, the promised overcast weather has arrived so ...