Holiday Inn Somerset-Bridgewater
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... not THAT unwell - he had a good appetite. In fact he also valiantly silenced his cough and we made it to our concert that night, braving the icy weather to walk to St Joseph's the oldest Catholic Church on Manhattan, only 10 minutes walk from our place, walking fast enough to keep warm but carefully enough to avoid slipping on ice. The Vespers performance was reconstructed from various motets, psalms and liturgical pieces of Charpentier. Early music group Tenet, and the ...
... some of the architecture and stores midtown.
I think my favourite building in NYC. well I know it is - is the Chrysler building. It is so wonderfully sumptuously art deco I just want to run my hands all over it! The building does not have a view deck but the lobby is just as decadent with wood panelling, brass lines and inlaid art. Yum!
I also visited Grand Central station which is another amazing space and has ...
... peacefully with pigeons sitting on him and around him. A squirrel runs across the bench towards him and climbs onto his arm. He chats to Tony telling him that he prefers animals to people. Across the park, there is a large crowd gathered, there is a lot of commotion so we head over, having sat listening to a jazz band for a while. There is a bunch of street dancers popping some moves that make your eyes water. They engage the audience in ...
... Gin. Immigration... 50 min queue. Sal Pea - we concur, rubbish. Once at JFK we had planned to walk the 4 miles or so to our hotel but after 200 yards realised this would be a bad idea. Onto the Sky train and to Jamaica. Jamaica NY that is. I loved the walk to our surprisingly nice hotel. Walking through real urban, local streets with the latino shops, barbers, Wendy's burger place, NYC cops then all the big cars, sirens and people sat ...
... might be my new favorite place in the city. Unfortunately, today was a little hotter and I tend to lose my appetite for hot food in the heat. I couldn't let that stop me today, though! Since it was only $4, I didn't feel bad about not finishing it. My next stop was a little place called Pomme Frites. They serve Belgian style fries, which are huge, thick cuts of potato served in a large cone shaped container. They also have about 30 dipping sauces to chose ...