BEST WESTERN Mill River Manor
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... ed back to our hotel where we gladly freshened up and had some food in the hotel's tapas restaurant before walking to Manhattan island's edge and Pier 83. Here we met (and here's another coincidence all over again) Sioned (Iain's cousin), and her husband, Tom and son, Noah who were also in New York holidaying prior to a wedding they are going to in Canada! We met with them to board a Circleline Cruise that would take us on a 'harbour lights' trip. ...
... the costumes. I didn't quite like Peter Pan but everyone else was brilliant. It was really magical at the end where Sylvia watches the show and she had a moment by herself in front of some fan and Pan came along and threw some glitter into the fans so it looked amazing with her standing there and all this glitter blowing around her. It really was a beautiful ...
... this we walked around Greenwich Village at night time with Sheldon telling us all about the famous places. Then we stopped for slices of the best pizza I have ever eaten at a Italian pizza place. The owner came out and was really pleased that we enjoyed it so much. Giant slices of goodness. After that we went for a drive around uptown to see the lights and shops. By the time we got home we were exhausted from our first big day in the big apple! See you soon - Grace.
I am planning a trip to New York City in July of 2015. Road trips are a lot of fun, but I am planning to fly this time. My good friend is letting me stay at her apartment in the Bronx. Thank you, my friend, for saving me so much money! We can use it to drink beer! I have been to New York before, but there is always something new to see. My friend is an artist, so we will be going to the Museum ...
... we went home for a while before venturing out again to see the Rockefeller Christmas tree. It was still snowing and the crowd was much thinner than the previous Sunday. So we were able to get nice and close to the tree. The whole precinct is just magical. We also saw the Rockefeller centre in Lego. Pretty cool.
After the tree and tea we wandered home down Sixth Avenue, checking out the lights and late night shoppers.