Inn at Great Neck
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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... to see the New York Knicks vs Toronto Raptors, a basketball first for the both of us. MSG wasn’t packed, but there was a good atmosphere among the fans, and the whole evening was treated as a show, in the way Americans seem to manage with their sports. Apart from the basketball, we had dance troupes, kids’ games (who were amazing), cheerleaders, celebrity spottings, merchandise being shot out of cannon, and a guy plucked from the audience to have four shots at ...
... Off package. The woman there said the harbour gets shut down when the President is in town as the heliport is on the waters edge so the girls decided that we'd watch the President go by then we'd catch the 2.25pm ferry. We walked the short distance to a main road and watched and waited. The Police presence at the intersection was strong and it made us wonder how many Police must be deployed for visits like this. Our was just one intersection. Just one side if the road had ...
... buildings are under construction.
We spent time in Battery Park and got our first glimpse of the Statue of Liberty. We will see her up close tomorrow when we go on the boat tour.
Had lunch at an Irish pub, therefore we have a new favourite beer - Bluepoint toast!
Shopping status......drove by Macy's - it is an entire city block! Can't wait to go there! Spent some time in Century 21 (not the realtor), a huge retail outlet ...
... someone else, and you go down a back alley - like in Hong Kong. Probably not a really sensible thing to do. I did ask one girl, who then whispered to me the "names" she had, and took me into her shop. I couldn't seen anything, and she showed me the plastic discs she just changes on the bags. I don't think so.
We knew it was a huge walk back to our hotel, but thought we'd walk for a while, then take the tube. As we walked along, ...
... area. I can see why Central Park is such a draw for both locals and tourists. It is a HUGE expanse of high trees and flowing waters and open lawns all in the heart of the city. I think everyone craves the touch of the earth. I don’t think that we as people appreciate the concrete and stone the way our souls need the earth. We all long for that silence and tranquility. Not even people who live in that skyscraper world want to be immersed in that ...