Hotel Le Bleu
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Bleu Brooklyn
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Wow... I'm finally in New York City!!! Almost three bucks, definitely two really heavy bags, and one of me. I sang that song from "Annie" the whole train ride.
Well, everyone left and it was just me, Grandpa and Grandma left in Brookfield. We had a great time doing nothing, watching baseball, eating a lot still, getting a little work done. After a tearful farewell (typical - what's wrong with me?), my amazing Aunt Cheryl drove me to the Poughkeepsie train ...
... and looking at some of the displays in the museum. Wills favourite part was getting to touch a small version of the statue in the museum, you will see what I mean in the photos. We then headed back across the bay and walked the few blocks (which seemed like a marathon) to the 9/11 memorial. In a hustling and bustling city it was an overwhelming sense of calm when you arrived as everyone was being as respectful as possible. ...
Drove 78 miles in 1.5 hours.
With trepidation we rolled into Karen's old home town of NYC. After spending a month here in May we knew the kind of mayhem we were in for this weekend, hence the trepidation.
Robyn graciously offered to put us up in her lower east side pad so we were set up in a prime location.
Friday night started off quite restrained at a 50th birthday dinner for Dean. ...
... standards as I'd prefer to describe it. It was ok, but I couldn't do it on a daily basis. It did make me chuckle, before leaving, we decided to visit the restrooms. Now, being a lady (sadly with a seemingly small bladder!) I am accustomed to having to queue, as are most women I am sure. On this occasion though, it was Tim who had to wait in line for over 20 minutes for the one men's loo to become available. You could ...
... the time finished with our various tours, it was 6:00 PM and we were ready to get some grub. We found a decent little restaurant nearby, had dinner, and then made our way to the subway station. Getting to the subway proved somewhat difficult with confusing directions from Google maps, but we eventually made it.
Now back at the apartment, we are all about to pass out from exhaustion. Tomorrow we visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a Bible history ...