Hotel Indigo New York City, Chelsea
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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So, the girls came back from the gym and we packed up and headed back to the airport to catch the silver line to South Station. At the airport, we decided to weigh our bags, just out of interest. The woman at the scales asked where we were going, expecting that we were getting on a flight......we were at the airport, after all. I looked confused …
... fabulous; I've never had better cauliflower, and of course the cocktails were key. It was not Italian, per se, but delicious Mediterranean cuisine in a cozy venue. As we were winding down dinner, they seated a middle-aged woman at the table immediately next to ours, and I couldn't help wonder what her story could be. She ordered alone, she ate alone, and seemed perfectly content in this upscale restaurant. Seemed like a ...
... thought what the hell is that. Well it is a train man with a red cap who brings a trolley to load the bags on to go on the train. He comes with the trolley and walks us in to the train station which is the bus station as well and massive shopping centre and food court all in one. We are an hour early so we get some lunch and he takes our bags and gets us to meet him at 12.20 pm so we can get the bags. Apparently the bags have to ...
... Kong climbing up the side of it.
It was about 9:30 am and I still had the Statue of Liberty see in the morning so I took another cab that dropped me off right outside the ticket office. The service to see the Statue of Liberty was efficient as they were running boat loads of tourists every 20 minutes and doing the security thing (just like befoire) with hundreds of people and the queue were moving quickly. It wasnt long before I was standing there in ...
... ride where you have lots of ups and downs rather than being spun upside down, here there and everywhere. I love the feeling in your tummy when you are plummeting down the steep drops and seeing if you have the nerve to keep your hands up the whole time. The first ride round I was clinging onto the rail for dear life but Rach and I couldn’t resist going on it again and challenging each other to ride it with our arms up in the air which ...