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The last time I blogged was at the tail end of our 2012 trip to Glacier National Park. http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/e votech/3/tpod.html As seems to be the pattern, we were having some mechanical issues as we approached New York. I was not sure if I the blame laid out in the ethos for sending such a strong signal about New York or if it lay with Dottie for getting old and tired. I lamented ...
It's one of those places to visit if you get the chance. We see so much of NY on the telly it's nice to be able to see it for real.
It has the hustle and bustle of most major cities of this size but there are a few pockets of peace and calm which are welcomed when you happen upon them. People always seems to be rushing around with cups of coffee in their hands. And talking of people there are ...
... I guess we were a bit museum-fatigued by then. One could easily spend an entire day in there, but we lasted less than three hours.
It was late in the afternoon by the time we got back to the hotel. We opted for an early dinner, because Mieke and I needed to wake up before four the next morning to go to the airport. When we got back to the hotel it was time to say our goodbyes, knowing that we'll probably only see them again in ...
... before heading back to the
house for a cheeky glass of wine. The adventure didn’t end there; the time had
come for us to hit The Big Apple. We were psyched! After our train journey from
NJ we made our way to Yotel where we were staying. Yotel is a futuristic hotel
based mainly at airports and offers luxury accommodation in a ‘pod’ or cabin.
As this is their largest hotel the rooms were bigger, located a couple of
blocks from Times Square ...
... tornadoes, so stayed close to camp.