LaGuardia Airport Hotel
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... across Central Park to the north and past the Empire State Building to Downtown. Despite chucking it down with rain, it was something spectacular. - A wander around St Patrick's Cathedral (stunning) and a visit to NY Central Library, an ornate monument of marble and giant doors. What better place to take a toddler insistent on singing the ABC song over and over than a library. SHHHHHHH... Photos from today are mainly of the 'arty *****, got carried away with B&W' type. Peace. ...
... out and the view is amazing stretching right across to the Hudson River and out to as far as the eye can see. Look down and you can spot the yellow taxis quite easily. You get a 360 degree view and just move around the top of the building. There is no glass or barrier so it is a photographers paradise.
You can stay for as long as you like so we are there or a couple of hours. You make your way thru the gift shop then down in the elevator to street ...
Another awesome day in the big apple. The weather again fantastic. It wasn't as cold as yesterday but still cold. It was sunny all day. Today we spent most of the day at Central Park. Firstly we took a pedicab tour around the park. The riders explained the history of the park and showed us where movies were filmed. It the best way to see the park in my opinion. We then went for a quick breakfast before we ice skated at wollman Rink at Central Park. This ...
... to the north is The Lincoln Center, CNN headquarters building and the Trump International Hotel and Tower. I glanced at my map and noted that our next interest point would indeed be just that. We came to a stop at 72nd street west and Central Park West. To our left was The Dakota. The Dakota Apartments is of course where Beatle John Lennon was gunned down while entering the building. He lived there from 1973 until his tragic death in ...
... Eventually he saunters down completely unworried and he has stopped to buy a t-shirt completely oblivious to my stress. Wish I could be more like him!
We get in line (we actually have to wait a bit to board) and the flight is uneventful. But we were unable to get a direct flight to NY and have to change planes at Charlotte. Fortunately, we have worked out both where we get off and where we have to get to for the next flight. Turns out ...