BEST WESTERN Mill River Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which are usually small and bear no privacy. I also, don't want to be lugging my groceries up apartment steps or elevator. Yet, for the trip I booked a hotel, but at least it is a Hilton hotel. I will update how I faired out at the hotel. Lastly, I hate cold weather and the snow. I'm going to NYC around Christmas and New Years Eve. It is probably going to be snowy and cold. Yuck! Also, it is going to be extremely crowded around this time. I really wish I didn't ...
... of Lady Gaga's shoes.
We headed back to the hotel after the museum.
We've been on the go none stop for the last week so needed a break. The weather was pretty ordinary, so we got back to the hotel and hibernated for the afternoon. We watched a few episodes of family feud on the tele and Mardi cooked dinner.
We are now half way through our trip and having a ball. We've seen so much again, but have heaps still to see and do. Our love affair with NYC ...
... aspiring for Broadway. And they take turns at singing. Songs from shows, pop, country...anything. They're amazing! So talented!! Pancakes and show songs for breakfast is my idea of heaven. So we have a lovely time and I'm pleased of the company. We part ways and I agree to meet up later. What I was saying about New Yorkers sing necessarily true, when -------- and I were looking for the diner this guy comes over asks what ...
... their bagged garbage outside their door), and the room too had its short comings, mostly in the form of furnishings that failed to utilise what little space there was. However, any drawbacks served only to facilitate a welcome sense that we were not schmuck hotel tourists, but in fact seasoned locals living the New York high life near the High Line. It augmented our Manhattan experience as we soaked up everything, good, bad, and ugly for seven straight days. Whether it was ...
... the cable car and eagerly clamber up to the staging platform. The ride is both awe inspiring and reminiscent of those iconic shots of New York in the 1930's. However, Roosevelt Island is somewhat lacking in excitement apart from a Chernobyl-looking power station. We are directed by the local "security officers" to a diner and tuck into sausage and scrambled eggs washed down by "Diet Snapple". The weather forecast predicts thunder and rain later in the day so we head Central Park ...