Hotel Executive Suites
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... today as the breeze from the sea made us feel immediately cooler. Our first stop was us in the financial district where we walked up Wall Street and saw the New York stock exchange as well as the Federal Bank. This part of the city was bustling with both tourists and workers. Ella and I continued our boat tour of New York by heading into the different boroughs and onto Brooklyn. Before we stopped off, we travelled underneath ...
We had a late start today after getting to bed around 1am last night. A bit say looming so we enjoyed lolling around in the hotel air conditioning for as long as possible. Donna had downloaded a walking tour of the West Village and so we caught the subway down and found the starting point of the tour. We walked through this charming neighbourhood, home of Friends and Carrie Bradshaw. The streets in this part of town are very narrow, some cobblestone due to the period in which ...
... matter Deb) should appear. We settled on "loved you in Corelli" knowing it would us pre-Wolverine cred - and surely enough to get us an invite for dinner. Unfortunately we would not sight Hugh for another couple of days - when he appeared on one of those Late Shows eating Vegemite. By then we were in Binghampton. Alas.
We dined at the Skylight diner. Portions were huge. No surprise.
We packed ready for our Escape from New York.
What a day. The limo ride from the airport was the right call because we made it to the play with time to spare. 6 star limo really came through. After the play we ventured up to the 48th floor where we had drinks overlooking the city. In case you didn't know we are in ...
... and saw that there was freezing rain all over the city. Tunnels were closed and there were many accidents even just getting out of Scott's neighborhood. Eventually we decided to carefully make our way in the car, but didn't end up leaving until 10. Turns out that our fears of a line were unfounded, as by the time we made it to TKTS there was no one else there which was very different from the day before. We ended up not even using it as none of us wanted to spend the money on ...