Hotel Le Bleu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... bright and early.
The place we had to pick up the passes from was right across the street from Grand Central Station, so, after picking up our cards, we went and checked out one of the busiest train stations in the world. It's pretty big (for a train terminal), and it was fun to picture yourself in the movies that have filmed (or fake filmed) using the terminal as a background. On our way back to the subway, we stopped at Jamba Juice (think Boost ...
... the subway was not going to get us there on time. So I called a phone number our apartment owner gave us for taxis. As we raced through Brooklyn neighborhoods, we became aware that our "taxi" was a plain minivan, no taxi logo and no meter on the dash. What had we gotten ourselves into! But it all turned out well - our driver got us there in the nick of time for a reasonable price. And we enjoyed a delicious lunch with the Bethel family. Afterwards, our ...
... 56884; was sooooo knackered! Yesterday did quite a lot! Walked in Central Park, then took the subway (WOOO!!) to lower Manhattan. Did some intense shopping (spent over $250!!), went to the 911 site (I didn't really see what all the fuss was about...?) and went on a tour along the Hudson River! That was H. I. L. A. R. I. O. U. S. We missed the proper tour so went on the 'shark tour' on a ...
... excited that it’s almost here! We get one day/night and one night off per week so I won’t have daily access to the internet- as we don’t have wifi everywhere. I’m looking forward to switching off from technology and living the dream because let’s face it gong kayaking everyday for 10 weeks isn’t working hard!!
Signing off from New York City! :) It won’t be the last time I’m here though, I’m sure of ...
... and a beautiful drive. Since we arrived in Brooklyn later than expected, the office to the "campground"* was already closed and we were lost driving around for an hour before setting up shop in an empty tent lot. We had very friendly neighbours who shared wine and food and all the benefits of their fire and knowledge of New York. Thank you Carol Ann and Edmund! We spent the ...