Holiday Inn Carteret - Rahway
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... got our beers for free (unwittingly I think but what the hey!) We returned to our flat and zonked out about 10pm local time (2-3am English) As I am writing this a bit delayed it is now my birthday and we are ready for a 6.5 hour walking tour of the city, possibly the rockerfeller then phantom of the opera tonight which my lovely husband booked for my birthday present :) Sorry for the essay - signing off now! ...
Our first day in New York started a little early. We wandered down 42 St and stopped for a coffee at Bryant Square (next to the NY Library). If you sit down in this nice little peace of calm and look up, you can't miss the Empire State Building - so that is our first stop!!
After a little bit of queuing, parting with some cash, up a couple of different elevators, you finally end up with ...
... and went down another street that looked nice.
Appearances are definitely deceiving and again I found myself eye to eye with a gang. I decided that was enough for me and no sense putting myself in any danger, so I made my way back to the station and got the subway back to Times Square.
I thought that I would do one last sweep of the big block 9th Ave, 49th Street, Broadway, & 42nd ...
... the whole "we were in a big black dome" aspect. By this stage we were getting hungry so headed to the cafeteria, and quickly headed straight back out when we saw the prices! We only had one more scheduled event before our time was our own again, so we went to the butterfly inclosure and decided to eat after. Now anyone who knows me knows I'm not a fan of insects. They fly at my hair and get stuck, all the while flapping their wings ...
Airbnb's Eddie (Mr Yoga) has a great apartment - including a convenient special place to meditate should we wish. Really, it is a nice place.....calm and relaxing ON THE INSIDE! Outside (especially on a Friday night I now realise) it is Absolute MAYHEM - makes Wakey look like a quaint Suffolk village by comparison :-). My sleep, already nicely affected by the 2am Road Maintenance programme of the night before, is something that it is now NOT HAPPENING :-). I ...