Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... photos out as our proof! This was great and much better than I can recall from my first encounter 20 years ago. This was Celina's first time up the Empire State Building and she and the kids really enjoyed it. Back to the next bus and onward to lower Manhattan, through the fashion district and NoHo then SOHO before getting off the bus at City Hall Park and walking to the World Trade Centre site and the Memorial Ponds, very moving indeed. We then visited the World Trade ...
... of stops to go and see Macy's. Massive department store - 9 floors and a whole city block. It was like Myer on steroids! Returned to the hotel and I fell asleep - worn out. Went down to the bar for a drink and nachos - (cold nachos??!!....) pretty quiet down there so back to the room for a quiet evening. Stephen is completely absorbed in a book about Portia de Rossi - the only person he knows in LA... Did I mention that it was pouring down all ...
Another big day on my feet which in return my feet now hate me for but I wasn't missing out on the tickets I had already paid for. We got in a cab and headed for Battery Park at the South end of the Manhattan Island. We checked through multiple security checkpoint and made it onto our ferry only slightly later than planned. The day had another clear blue sky but man did that bring the chill. I am glad we sat underneath in the ...
L train to Brooklyn and my friend Alice, who is studying post grad at Cooper Union. Like many, she lives in Brooklyn to save on cash...though far cheaper than even the shittiest bits of Manhattan, it has become more and more expensive. Think Hoxton or Shoreditch...
Diner breakfast, a walk around her neighbourhood (hipster, tats, buns) and then ...
... Yorkers we have met have a very egocentric view of the world and seem to think that NY is at the centre of the known universe; Remy is no different and unashamedly says so ("apologies to all of you because no doubt your home towns are nice too- but NY is best.")
We set off and the tour is a bit slow-starting, but gradually improves. It takes a good couple of hours and Remy does tell us lots of interesting stories about the neighbourhood which he is clearly ...