Holiday Inn Express New York City Times Square
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back up 5th Avenue to the hotel for a bit of R&R, so that we could be fit to go out again a little later.
In the evening we made our way to Grand Central station, which is not very far from our hotel. We looked around the grand building a little, and then found a food-hall down in the basement. We wandered around looking at what was on offer, and decided that, because we didn’t need a big meal, we could have ...
... so went for lunch without them! They caught up with us eventually as we finished up our delicious soup and pretzels and we left to catch the next ferry. Which we missed. Failure. So, Ruth and Lisa decided to have some lunch whilst we looked around the upper levels a bit, this time setting a timer for 20 minutes!! It arrived after about 25 and we finally escaped Ellis Island feeling that we had had the true immigration experience of being trapped there unable to get to the ...
... the day we were very happy to come home to our warm hotel room and dry off. Marc and the kids went for a quick dinner to the Shake Shack opposite our hotel where they enjoyed hot dogs, burgers, fries and shakes.
Today was not raining and looked deceivingly warm outside from the hotel window with the sun shining. But when we went outside it hit us- cold, cold weather. It was so cold it took my breath away everytime I stepped outside! ...
... I guess. We did manage to see the main features - the Brooklyn Bridge, a one second glance at Wall Street (oops may have missed it, there's no actual wall), the Freedom Tower and of course the statue everyone needs to photograph. Yes, everyone now click on mine. I did mention the ship was crowded. Well, when the Liberty Statue came into view most of the general rules of courtesy went over board!! My poor little wife was mobbed in ...
... getting on and off the train stepping over him etc. so I really don't understand their lack of response. Anyway, the few minutes between this station and the next seemed like eternity before I could get off the train to find someone at the station to help. Back on the subway safe in the knowledge the man had help to hand, I headed to Rockefeller Center. Built in the art deco style, the original complex of 14 buildings was built by the Rockefeller ...