Holiday Inn Express New York City-Wall Street
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... Madison Square Garden then decided to head back towards Central Park. Caught the train which took us to near Strawberry Fields section and we saw the building outside which John Lennon was shot.
Walked across Central Park and zigzagged down 5th, Madison, Lexington and Park Avenues to reach another train station. We have been on so many different lines and to so many stations I have no idea which ones any more.
... first visit to Recette and it had come highly recommend from my friend Rosie. It's an urban American restaurant that marries traditional and progressive techniques. We decided to go for the 10 course tasting menu. Yes that’s right, 10 courses!!! The food and wine (which Andy expertly ordered) was divine. The best course probably had to be either the beef carpaccio burrata with tomato jam, porcini puree and basil seeds ...
... with ourselves that we went straight to the hotel and did not get lost once !
We really just wandered around after checkin as there was so much to see and Time Square just gets busier as the night goes on (1,000,000 people by 5 pm) - it really has to be seen to be believed.
Ended up in a nice little Irish Bar for dinner then back out into the bright lights and had a night cap and met a guy from ...
... particularly impressive display was a huge wall covered in pieces of paper representing each victim and each was a different colour of blue showing what colour the sky was on the morning of 9/11.
The last part of the central core removed from the north tower had been 'graffitied' with the breakdown of the different emergency services that had lost their lives. 343 firefighters from FDNY died as they tried to get people out of the ...
... part of the trip to NYC was seeing the people in Times Square and all the landmarks such as the place where the famous Nathan Hale lived.
Molly - My favorite part of the trip was going to all of the stores that we don't have in Saratoga Springs.
Olivia - My favorite part of the trip was getting to see all of the shops!
Georgia - My favorite part of the trip to NYC was shopping everywhere with my friends! I love shopping!