Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... New York Library. Saw P.L Travers umbrella that was the inspiration for Mary Poppins'. Saw the Gutenberg bible, one of the first works printed by machine in the 1800's. This meant that more books, and more knowledge, could be passed to the masses. Beautiful old book. Amazing building. Went to Grand Central Terminal. Had lunch- true New York Rubén sandwich. I did the audio tour and learnt about ...
... We had a quick drink on the roof and then headed down 7th a few blocks to find somewhere to eat. Ended up in a nice cheap and cheerful sidewalk restaurant that was actually very good. Tomorrow, we are getting up early to go do the Statue of Liberty and then to ground zero to watch the AKS school choir sing at the little chapel right next to ground zero that miraculously survived 9/11 intact. Jess will get to meet up with a few of her school mates, which she is looking forward ...
... tourists like us but there were regulars too. Anyone eating this kind of food on a regular basis IMO is not doing themselves much good health wise. I'm glad we made the effort to go back but I'm equally happy not having it again - salad for dinner!
Jack and I went shopping afterwards, but I think both of us were over it. Far too busy in Macy's and the other shops on 34th west for it to be any fun. We gave it an hour then came home. ...
good happy hour specials. Still full from my big South American lunch all I
needed was two small appetizers to accompany my margaritas and sangrias. Astoria
contains many small scale industrial facilities as well as residences, and a
walk through some of its back streets shows many new small scale condo and
apartment projects going up, clearly geared toward people oriented to Manhattan
who can’t afford Manhattan prices.
Back in ...
... bought from a street vendor, we continued wandering around the Upper West, finding restaurants we liked from last time and new ones to try out. The great thing about having 2 weeks here is that we can take our time and don't feel like we have to run around constantly to fit everything in. Finished the night with a quick dinner at Shake Shack - great (and cheap) burgers. I now understand the queues and the diving for tables!!! A great first ...