Holiday Inn Fort Lee
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 21:45and he is on 42nd street so in enraptured down to the foyer with Ipad in hand to continue monitoring. Finally the bag arrives at 22:43 and the case is closed, contents all in tact but the pull handle for the trolley bag totally destroyed! The insurance discussion will be interesting! Forecast for tomorrow is rain and snow, so that could be rather messy! Good night from the "Rudkin Travelling Forest 2087 Billies" from Times ...
... how lucky you are, and how scary it is as these people had just been going about their daily business, like today's people are. Reflection done we headed back up Broadway past the hundreds of shops through Soho and up to FlatIron - what an odd but cool building! We had found a sports bar near Union Square (where there was another German market) which was meant to be one of the best, we imagined it to be crammed and have an old school feel... This was ...
... what an amazing thing to do. But no it was just one more thing for the rich and famous...but I do like the idea of these little shelters on wheels that I just made up in my head. I then headed out to Yankee Stadium and back into Madison Square Garden and the Empire State Building...all within easy walking distance from Subway Stations. I had an amazing pizza for dinner...have been waiting to try a New York pizzeria and ...
... was ready, a great way to start our visit. Quick unpack and then off to our first destination - Karen's choice, Macy's. As we got close to the store we had to get out of the way of three fire engines who with blaring sirens and horns made their way to a fire that was underway in the basement below Macy's . Black smoke billowing out of the basement and people vacating the store was not what we wanted. Off to a sandwich shop for lunch and for me to console Karen ...
... as long as it took to buil the entire building).
From the observation area we got a full view of New York and while I didn't have time to make it to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty I did get to see it from the 50 cent viewer on the observation deck (86th floor).
After we finished our rounds we made our way down and out to head back to the airport for the last leg of our Russian ...