Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
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... up there having photos taken. Broadway show Linda, Lyn and Steph were lucky enough to get tickets to the musical Lion King at Minksoff theatre Broadway tonight. We thought we would grab dinner before the show, somewhere close to the theatre. A big mistake. The restaurant had a line up out the door so we opted for the "bakery" next door. Much to our disgust it only offered cheesecake, cake, muffins and bagels. After waiting in line for 10 minutes Linda was told bagels could ...
Times Square was a crowded, busy intersection, with flashing billboards and plenty of Broadway shows on offer. We took this in before moving on to Central Park. We only explored a little area of it and found it was much more built up than we expected. It had play parks and basketball grounds, water fountains, ponds, fenced off walkways and roads running through it. As well as trees, grass, rocks and squirrels. We ate giant pretzels and drank ...
As of September 2014, the park gets nearly 5 million visitors annually.
Better than all that, it is one of the few attractions in the city that's free. Ideal for our pockets. It was also very hot whilst we were there and very busy. We walked about half of it, bought a couple of souvenirs and decided to head back. We had walked a very long way to get here and being too tired now to walk all that way back, we had no option but to brave the subway again. Oh ...
... nights before we travel to the UK. The hotel we stayed in with the family was Hotel Pennsylvania. It was old, a tad creepy, but the apartment was enormous. The new Hotel Mela is more typical of New York. The room is expensive, the size of a shoebox, noisy and the curtains don't close on our small windows. In the last hotel we had 3 mini fridges in this one the fridge is stocked with mini bar items and no other space. This would not be a problem except we were told if any item ...
... Javits Centre is huge and there were over three floors of motor vehicles along with a scattering of motor cycles. We spent hours looking at all that was on offer. Luckily we had a call from the camera shop and were able to pick them up earlier than expected and prior to us going to the Auto Show.
It was getting dark, we wanted to have a look at Time Square with all of its lights doing their thing. We walked the seven blocks from the Auto ...