Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Haskell
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... gay Hispanic pride parade, though there were a lot of exotic and colourful costumes so you never know. The parade was led by mounted police, followed by the pooper scoopers, then the rest of the parade, how embarrassment must it be to have that job. Anyway, this kept us enthralled for a couple of hours, and I meant that in the archaic sense as we were barricaded in and couldn't go on. Of course there were shops behind us so Kat found something productive ...
... ordered from the restaurant next door. Lyn, who was minding the table, wanted a half strength cappochino, which is obviously not asked for in New York as the "barista" asked me if that meant double shot!!!! No half shot NOT two. With 15 minutes to spare we scrambled next door to the theatre for the beginning of the show, and what a show it was. Amazing and spectacular and a fitting end to a fabulous event filled day in New York. The end of another great day in this fabulous ...
... The trip up the Empire State Building was fantastic and gave us our first view of the Manhattan sky line, at night, and our first view of the Statue of Liberty, lit up in the distance.
We took a cruise to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The boat trip afforded great views of the the sky lines of Manhattan and surrounding areas. We had an audio tour and went up to the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, which was busy and difficult to get around in ...
... mind. We survived.
We made the trip to Coney Island on Sunday morning. It's like Blackpool. Quite literally - it had funfairs, roller coasters, miles and miles of sandy beach, deck chairs and lots and lots of greasy food. Yuk!
We only stayed here long enough for Bryan to get some swimming in. It's only 2 days now until his big swim around Manhattan Island so some last minute warming up is in order.
The same evening we were off to Madison Square Garden. ...
... for more than 10 seconds you pay for it! Sure enough each item is on its own pressure pad. Talk about going from the sublime to the ridiculous! As happens in every trip it was time to find a laundry and do the washing. Luckily there was one only 1 kilometre away, so gathered our washing and made our way down to Hells Kitchen. The cost of doing the whole laundry at the laundromat was $5 which just happens to be the price of laundering 1 shirt at the hotel. It was worth the ...