Holiday Inn Express New York City Times Square
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... might get robbed or something. However this did not happen, we were ushered into this underground basement with small stage and a weird layout. After being seated and ordering our cocktails we were then very much entertained by 6 comics, who although I’d never heard of, were actually really funny. After a few cocktails I get a little lost on how the rest of the evening went but apparently I was rather entertaining myself on the tube ride home. ...
... 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 ...
... in the pool complex. Got ready for the firework show out by Brooklyn Bridge. Arrived at the fireworks a bit late, caught a taxi over there. Walked as close as we could to south street. Our view was blocked partially by a high rise motorway. We found an outdoor street party and watched the fireworks from there. Huge fireworks took off, lasting over 20 minutes. Left our viewing spot checked out the new world trade centre at night, ...
... the naked cowboy!) and people from all over the world talking. It was a little overwhelming at the start, but as long as you don't take it too seriously, then it is fine.
The West Village is gorgeous; very eclectic and full of pubs and restaurants. It is also the haunting ground for students from NYU, so that makes us feel doubly old. The best thing about it is the fact that it is downtown and ...
... earth each of which is owned by The River Cafe. You could take in the aroma of this fortified through your chest such is the strength and character of the 1910 vintage. With our fine dining experience now complete, it was back over the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan where the Grand Hyatt's bar awaits. In keeping with the geographic theme of the night, the Brooklyn Lager flowed in copious amounts and the night began to take a different and ...