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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lancelot Rome
I was 19 when I stayed alone in this hotel, I had a single room which was very small and a shared bathroom, both were clean, but I did not like the idea that someone is using the same shower.
However who stays inside their rooms when they are on holiday anyway?
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... eventually returned to say the train was going to be turned around and then we would be able to get off. That was a relief!
We got another train and arrived at Bowling Green station where the Battery Park is, at the southern end of Manhattan. We went down to the foreshore and could see the Statue of Liberty across the bay. Lots of ferries were taking tourists across to the Statue and Ellis Island but we ...
... walked up through Time Square and all the amazing characters that work there from topless painted ladies to the Statue of Liberty impersonators. We checked into the hotel and had been upgraded to a room on the 38th floor overlooking Time Square. Even Isabel turned to me looking down over Time Square and said, "Dad, this really is an amazing view’…she’ll live a long life and not see too many better from a hotel ...
Our first full day in New York! Because of the jet lag, we were up early (think 4 am - urgh). It was a good job though as we had managed to procure crown access tickets for the Statue of Liberty and needed to get the first boat out to Liberty Island at 8 am to avoid the crowds. This involved a ride in a New York taxi downtown (which was a little hairy - Ethan whispered to me "wow- this is like being in a real life video game. Could ...
... all started chatting. There’s clearly a real community here which as tourists you usually don’t see, but we got a small insight into it that evening. They suggested good restaurants locally and phoned up for us to book us in. When a flash rain shower was forecast, they kept us in the pub and got another round. And when we left, one of the group, Antony, insisted on paying our whole drinks bill. Amazing generosity. We couldn’t believe it.
We finished ...
... with tress, plants and sculptures.. Spoiled only by the extensive set of rules you must obey when on the High Line, the views were dynamic, interesting and the experience quite peaceful... Yep in the middle of a city...
Strolled along the pathway and it comes out at 34th street so quite a way for a walk.. Decided I'd had enough of crowds, I thought I'd head down to South St Pier. Didn't realise the time as the subway was ...