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- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... a welcome sight.
At last, off to the Big Apple and reuniting with family. First stop, Facebook, seriously! There we were met by a few of Susan’s siblings along with their spouses, niece, great nieces and nephew. Susan’s nephew Elliot works for Facebook and he treated us to a tour of the NY office and lunch in the cafeteria. Elliot and his future wife Melody would be exchanging their wedding vows in upstate NY over the upcoming weekend. After a great meal and ...
... it was time for a snack. Not wanting to wander too far we popped into Bubba Gump Shrimp Company which everyone knows from the movie Forrest Gump. It was surprisingly really nice! The atmosphere and service were really good. We downed a couple of beers and some shrimp then decided to head back to the hotel.
I was absolutely knackered by this point and ended up having a nap for about an hour. I woke up feeling groggy ...
... nights! The 16 piece band did not disappoint. The skill level of the instrumentalists was outstanding, as was the ensemble playing. Lots of great Thad Jones charts and fabulous soloing had us enthralled. Band members ranged from old hands, including a sax player who could easily have been John Lee's younger brother, a few much younger, and a variety in the middle. The Bari sax player (who was incredibly good) looked like an accountant, and was the only one wearing a tie. After ...
... Village was instantly recognisable as Carrie's apartment in Sex and the City and I immediately needed to go shopping for shoes with Big. Entering the main foyer of Grand Central Station, which has featured in so many movies and tv series was almost spooky in the feeling that we had been there before, as it was so instantly recognisable. Bonnie and I literally pinched ourselves as we stood on Broadway in the freezing cold and watched the ball drop live in Times Square ...
So today I got up really early and went to the box office of The Music Man theatre to try and get a ticket for Pippin tonight. I managed and while I was there I met a boy who was doing the same, ended up chatting and he came for breakfast with me. I was going to Ellen's Stardust Diner - on recommendation from Andrew of course. This place is amazing!!! It's the campest spot in town. All the staff are people like me, between ...