Hotel Q New York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... s in search of flowers for Mom's vases in the living room. After striking out (again), we went to Walmart in search of some more travel necessities. Then we headed over to Applebee's (even though we weren't really hungry) and ate before actually making our way to the airport. I broke down for a moment realizing how far into the trip we were, but we were still able to enjoy our time together, as always. Once arriving at the ...
... to Bosie Tea on Morton Street. This is such a great tea parkour. We visited a couple of times in 2013. We will be back. Just a beautiful setting with lounges and lots of teak and dozens of polished tins full of tea. We had a full tea service. Sandwiches, tea cake, macarons and scones. Absolutely beautiful. Mardi had her usual earl grey tea and I tried a chocolate almond blend. The tea was so good we had a second pot each and sat for an hour taking in ...
... A perfect ending to the evening. After walking through a bustling time square where we saw multiple Spiderman’s, a few Elmo’s, the singing cowgirl and a few conspiracy theorists chanting their messages we decided we had walked enough for the day and it was time to head back home to our Westy. We grabbed the bus and happily slunk into bed in our Westy. We took 30,000 awesome steps of exploration and we didn’t even see everything. Looking forward to another day of exploring. ...
... attempts' to stack it neatly on the curb from their doorway. Unfortunately due to the lack of recycling (no bins) all the trash is then investigated by random people cutting open the bags searching for cans/bottles etc. To be fair, this could be limited to just our part of town but we walked past a school daily and it occurred daily. Everything can have cheese on it, anything can be deep fried, it's difficult to ...
... State Building to take advantage of the clear skies and amazing views. Then I foolishly led us the wrong way down 5th Avenue (the end without any posh shops etc) and wore us out, fortunately finding Washington Square Park at the end where we could relax. Some chilling in the park followed by fun and frolics with bubbles (result of a street performer, yes we were part of a crowd of average age 5 years old). Following a boost with some caffeine we braved Times Square as ...