Hotel Le Bleu
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... with images of New Yorkers reacting to what they had seen on that day. There was also audio of people who had seen the planes hit. It was pretty freaky and unsettling. I continued on and was struck by the quiet. It felt very heavy there, I can't really explain it. Parts of the buildings wreckage has been installed throughout the building. It was pretty awful to see the twisted metal and think of people being crushed by it. One of the main exhibitions was pretty heart breaking. ...
... so quiet. After finishing the memorial we had some lunch and then checked out Century 21. Went back to our room to get warm and then got ready to go to the Lion King. Had tea at Applebys for tea and then went and watched the Lion King on Broadway. Was a great show, we really enjoyed Rafiki and Timone and Pumba. Went home after the show as it was ...
... enjoy all that NYC has to offer. As I was walking around, in awe of this amazing city, I came across the iconic "Empire State Building". I had been advised to visit this building by quite a few people before I left for my adventure, so I thought why not. It was $46 for a ticket and this included a tour of the; Lobby, Visitor center, Sustainability Exibit, Dare to Dream Exhibit, Main Deck 86th ...
... must have looked a right state to the bloke on reception. We went up to our room on the 5th floor, dumped the stupid bloody bags, then straight up to the bar on the 20th floor.
We walked through the bar and onto the balcony. Although I thought it might be a possibility, wasn't prepared at all for what I saw. Two gigantic wells, each the size of football fields occupied the space directly below us. This is the site of the original World Trade ...
... the park. Photos tell the story. Out Coachman was Troy... From Turkey and his horse was Sultan. A great experience. We then walked back down Fifth Ave, on the other side of the street, calling into Tiffenys, Guess, Vesarce, and a few of the other big brand names on the way. "Just looking thank you" Tonight we went back to the pub we went to on Monday night for dinner, The Brewery, and I would recommend it anytime. Tomorrow we intend doing the Brooklyn ...