Hotel Executive Suites
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... for a nap. Rock and roll people. A post-nap trip to Bryant Park rounded off the day. This is a beautiful, secluded green square nestled amongst skyscrapers, where you can see the Chrysler Building, Empire State and New York Public Library is one vista. A nice spot to watch the kids play the classic game "pick grass and shove up T-shirt". A couple of beers and the Game of Thrones finale finishes another great day on the Atkins Tour. Laters ...
... was really cool and such a great way to get a feel for downtown Manhatten. I imagine it would be better in the springtime when all the flowers and the greenery are out but it was still a nice little green city getaway.
I had done my research previously and knew that Carrie Bradshaw's apartment from Sex and the City was only about a 15 minute walk from The Highline. I managed to drag Aaron around and eventually found number ...
... take us too long to find the Hampton Inn, and checking in was quite easy. Once we brought everything up to the room, Mom and I relaxed for a bit. I was noticed of my flight cancellation and contacted Carol and Meghan immediately. I was able to re-book and get on the same flight as Meghan, which now leaves on Wednesday, 1/28 at 9:10pm. Now, Mom and I have a couple extra days to spend together near the City and I can't complain one bit. After we got situated, we decided to venture ...
... Our nights were a haze of gigs, bars, Broadway, stand up, and restaurants. Time slipped by so quickly it was frightening. To give an account of our time here with any sort of detail would require volumes. Instead I'll just briefly describe the bits of New York that really stuck with me. The smells: The stink of rubbish and sewers mixed with expensive perfume. The lights: Ezra Pound once said of New York: "No urban night is like the night ...
... a fine art.
We had a short walk around Wall Street, trying not to trip up with their cobbled streets, small kerbs etc., and then headed over to Ground Zero and the 9/11 memorial.
The memorial at the site of the Twin Towers is simply wonderful. There has been plenty said about this site. Two pools outlining the foot prints of the North and South Towers. Waterfalls running down the side of each ...