Holiday Inn Westbury
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... that has been converted in to a long park. It was here that I spotted that there was some wires coming out of an apartment window connected to a webcam aimed at the walk way...with a sign giving the web address of the web cam. I sent the web address to a couple of people back home and soon started getting replies that they could see us.....Pam, Ric, Chloe, Graham and Nicola. We even got sent back pictures of us on the ...
... installed in Buckingham Palace, with the Queen selling chocolate toffee pants to unsuspecting punters. Am awaiting a response. In other news, we took in the majesty of Grand Central Station, took the kids to the Manhattan Children's Museum (which they loved), and paid a visit to the Dakota Building on the Upper West Side (which was covered head to toe in scaffolding and sheeting). P.S. Kira - The shirt made its first appearance. I hope you ...
... first type of Nuclear Submarine. Then a 2 1/2 hr cruise all the way around Manhattan Island. It's been a beautiful sunny day so we got some great shots of the Statue of Liberty and the City. Later we went to the broadway show "The Book of Mormon" it was good and very amusing in parts. However I wouldn't say it was as fantastic as the hype it ...
... still holding his (bloody expensive $12) beer though. so couldn't dive in and get it - he was shattered. Anyway, the next highlight was the celebrity row; there were a few smaller name celebs like Ed Burns and Kevin Bacon (I can't remember the others - I didn't know them), but once they announced that Tom Hanks was there, the crowd spent the rest of the time shouting out for him instead of the game. Lucky they didn't announce Tom was present until nearing the end of the ...
... nice and offered a number of suggestions for our holiday. We waited in the freezing cold (it was COLD) for the connection to the blue loop that would take us through Harlem, past the Apollo Theatre and the Bronx and onto the famous Yankee Stadium. The tour bus supervisor stopped by as we waited and handed out 'heat packs' for our hands, they were very effective (and re-useable). Interesting fact 1 - New York is on an island just ...