Holiday Inn Express New York City Times Square
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... ones ( coffee,water, where is the closest coffee shop/cafe,please? I am not dying, I just need coffee.) , plan routes on how to get places the most cost effective and efficient ways,etc. With Israel it was different,my obsession went to a whole new level. My poor little Lonely Planet book on Israel has taken one for the team, its covered in stickies, highlighting, writing in the margins, side notes about my side ...
... get rid of my car, I would. 2. Being able to walk across the street to the coffee shop or the grocery store. It wasn't a big production about getting in the car, trying to figure out how to avoid making left hand turns in and out of the Alliance Shopping Center, and running into half my band along the way. In 10 minutes (20 minutes TOPS) I could be most any place I wanted to be. 3. Living in a studio apartment. I absolutely loved it. It would really force you not to hold ...
... we learned a lot about NYC.
Meghan - I learned more about NYC than I ever have before. It was a great experience and a lot of fun.
Allison - I thought it was a great learning experience for me and I had a lot of fun!
Savannah - I had a ton of fun, even though it was tiring, and I really like NYC!
Emily - Going to NYC with my fellow Girl Scouts and troop members was a lot of fun! I love NYC!
Brianna - I really had fun in NYC. ...
The gang hired bikes to ride around Central Park and as that doesn't interest the two of us we decided to do the Downtown Tour of our bus pass.
The day was cool when we left and turned into a wet cold morning. We saw half of the Empire State Building as the fog had descended, the World Trade Center and the museum, the majors office, Chinatown, the Waldorf Astoria where Obama was staying for ...
First stop, breakfast at Tiffany's at 727 Fifth Avenue. We explore 6 floors of shiny things. Sarah actually died and went to heaven. We also stop in at the Nike store where you can get custom made shoes but they take 6 weeks to make. Sad face. We then stop in at the massive Sony store and Tiz tries out the PS4 on a giant screen. By now it is proper ******* down rain and Sarah's boots are full of water. Lucky it's 11 and we've only got about ...