La Quinta Inn & Suites Elmsford
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... this was very interesting and we did the tour which took us 80 floors up to the most unbelievable views of New York at night! We went out onto the Observation Deck, nice views but so windy! As we wandered the streets we came across 5th Avenue, the designer label street. That was beautiful..........a bit out of our price range though. Feeling a bit peckish when we saw one of those Hotdog carts in the street! I want one ...
... of people selling handbags and watches (some things never change) and generally a throng of people walking the streets. Wonderful atmosphere. Yet another train and we got back to our room after 10pm. Everyone planning on sleeping in tomorrow (I hope).late update everyone slept in until 08.30) Hotel located up at w81st street, half way up Central Park, is a really great location, very little NY noise that you get when staying ...
... Park City and along to where the ferries go across to Ellis Island. We were going to take the ferry across but it was so crowded we decided not to. Instead we went to the Jewish Holocaust Museum - You know, for a bit of light hearted entertainment! (NOT!) Oh gosh, pretty depressing place really, but worth a visit. Then we walked back to Brookfield Place, which was very pretty and reminded us a lot of Darling Harbour. Had lunch there and then walked ...
... a couple of the numerous guys sat at chess tables. I got beat twice in the time that it took Jess to battle to a valiant defeat. Her opponent told her that she was very good and that she had the makings of the next Margaret Thatcher......I think that was meant as a compliment. We headed up the lower end of 5th and then rejoined the bus tour that we partially did yesterday and completed it up the lower east up to the park. From there, we caught the subway back to the ...
... needed drink, and to test our
luck at the casino’s. Vegas is a funny place, a real melting pot of all
different kinds of people. Old and young, rich and poor, families, lost souls,
drifters, showgirls and tourists. The mega city in the desert, which was
created from scratch is a powerhouse of revenue for the business owners and the
scale of the place cannot be fully described, it needs to be experienced.
Everything is so big. The hotels and ...