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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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My fist day of activities was a day I will never forget. I was in awe of the City, its so big there are skyscrapers on each side of the street, it's just like the movies. If you like the city life then this is the place to be.
My day started off with me calling another taxi to pick me up and take me to my first activity which was to Tour the High-line. Its a walk that has been set-up ...
We were so ready to get home now. My hip was very painful and I was dreading the long trip home. Took Panadol Oesto AND Advil together to help with the pain.
We went for breakfast at our local deli. Had cappuccino and muffin then just relaxed back at the apartment as we had several hours to kill.
We had ordered a Mini Van to pick us up from the apartment at 2.00pm. When it arrived it ...
... I absolutely love dark chocolate and I have heard that Mast Brothers is some of the best. Like everything else in Brooklyn, they make small batches, use only the highest quality ingredients, and take great care in producing the best product they can. Their store is simple. A long table with the several flavors of chocolate they offer, a small display case with cookies, brownies, bonbons, and truffles, and part of their factory is in view. I decided to get the ...
... the Duke of York. Our walk took us past the oldest restaurant in America, del Monico's, the New York Stock Exchange which used to have 6500 stock brokers on the floor but now has only 500 due to computerisation and a bull sculpture. Rumour has it that if you fondle the bull's balls you will prosper financially. We finished at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The area outside the 9/11 Memorial Museum is a public memorial. There are two reflecting pools on either side of ...
... The only thing we found was a cemetery and since we were all really hungry, we sat in the grass on the outskirts of the cemetery and ate our breakfast.
After we got back, John and I stopped by the Loyal’s home where Cristian was playing his guitar and everyone was hanging out, keeping an eye on the elephants. Tracy, one of our elephants, kept opening her mouth and looking expectantly at us…she likes to have her tongue patted, so I obliged her ...