Howard Johnson Inn Queens Village
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... a load of stuff for tomorrow, we are aiming for grand central, Empire State building, Brooklyn bridge, Ellis and Liberty Island, ground zero and top of the rock! Should be a busy day :) We had now moved hotel as the last one was pretty terrible and so I've opted to clear house keeping out of their pillow stock and have built myself a fort. I feel rich now, We're also getting room service tonight as we are tired and cold and I'm refusing to leave my ...
... Just amazing. Some great original posters on display as well.
After the museum we went downtown and walked in the snow and checked out some of the high street shops in SoHo and the surrounding areas near Prince, Spring and Blecker streets.
We couldn't resist going to Bosie Tea parlour again so we enjoyed a tea service. Sitting and listening to the crowd and watching the snow fall. Just perfect.
A big thank you to everyone who wished me a happy birthday this week through emails and Ian's Facebook.
A particular thank you to Diane and Andrew who gave me a special wake up "Happy Birthday' phone call to the hotel on Sunday, including a very good rendition of 'Happy Birthday' and 'Glory, Glory to South Sydney'. It really felt like my birthday when they rang and great to have a ...
... night. I walked two blocks and stopped outside a T-shirt shop. A blackboard sign said: "Everything $2. Tonight only!" I went inside and looked around. The first Tee to catch my eye was a New York City type worn by John Lennon. On the same rack was a black Tee with "New York ******* City" emblazoned across the chest in a silver font. I found the same one in a size to fit my daughter, Jessie-Mae. Another Tee said, "**** You You ******* ****." That will do nicely for ...
Today I had another leisurely day in Brooklyn. I spent my time in Downtown Brooklyn visiting the NYC Transit Museum and doing some shopping. The first thing I did was have lunch at a place called Shake Shack which is all the rage here. The first one popped up in Madison Square Park with a seemingly never ending line of people. They have several locations all over the city now. I liked this place before I even ordered because ...