Holiday Inn Express New York City Times Square
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... place and are now waiting to hear back from the new host as to whether we are able to stay with them! Fingers crossed That was a small blemish however on what was an amazing day. Spending Davinas birthday in NY this year will be in our memories for a long time, and was a flavour for what our trip holds in store for us. In short, what a fantastic day. Days like this are the reason for going on this adventure, and to think we're only just getting started :) ...
So everyone knows I'm not a big fan of NYC. It smells like sour garbage, it's hotter than Hades, and it seems to take a minimum of 90 minutes to get in or out of it every time. But that's ok - we love some people there, so we look on the bright side and try to have fun anyway. This time we took a commuter bus into Port Authority in the morning and then started walking uptown with our friend NZ. We stopped in Bryant ...
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3) Wicked - with our illustrious DC / Aussie friend Kristy Crago in town to visit and have some fun, and this was a combined choice - something that we all wanted to see. In short the show is literally the story of how the characters of the Wizard of OZ came to be - a great perspective!
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Out one day purchasing a special edition barbie doll for my niece at the mega Toys ‘R Us in Times Square, we were ...
... was. We got drinks and kept waiting on them to give us our pizza. We ended up walking out because they were going to use a frozen base and after waiting for over 30 mins we thought that wasn't good enough.
We walked around the corner to Chinatown and found 456 Restaurant and within 10 mins we were having some chinese tea and our food. AND it was good.
We picked up the bus again after lunch and ...
... picnics, turtles in the lakes, Chipmunks running through the grass, stalls selling sweet treats, people out on their bikes or doing yoga and horse drawn carriages casually taking tourists on tours through the park. We sat and had sushi while people watching, it can be very entertaining.
What better way to start the afternoon than with a stroll down Maddison Avenue. Window shopping all the high end and designer stores while admiring all the fabulous fashioneasters ...