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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... bus again from the park toward Greenwich village. We at at Rosemary's and then walked and walked and walked. The area reminded me of Europe with the way the building and stoops looked. Christopher next home, he liked it so much. We took the subway back from Christopher street ...
... going to end everyone buying up the last bits of food!! We headed back to our bunker.
With the storm due to hit big on the Tuesday, it was the first time that we did not leave the house, however the snow was no way near as bad as we thought. We planned to stay in as we had lots of planning for the trade show to do. All the major attractions were closed including the subway!
... and ended up the proud owner of two new shirts...lucky every fortnight when we fly out for work we leave before the shops open. When I arrived it was 9 degrees and my 'winter' shorts just didn't quite cut it. I ran into a work colleague at Customs in LA and was greeted with a warm 'don't you own anything other than shorts'. Small world...randomly we are also staying in the same hotel in New York. So that means the drinks are sorted...I can be partial to the odd hotel ...
... out of a window in an act of desperation like a message in a bottle in the hope that someone would find it and send help. Not one single person who was on the floors above either impact zone survived. I never imagined it would be so hard hitting in here. I honestly thought America would have turned it into a Hollywood style production and try and cover some of the harsh facts of what really happened. I've read all the conspiracy theories online and ...
... I asked him if he could send an email for me to the host which he did and luckily the host replied that he got the message. Told him we should be there around 6 pm. We reached the bus stop at 5:30 pm, so it was a 5 hour journey altogether. Joe & I both thought there was suppose to be 2 New York stops but everybody got off and there was a line of people waiting to get on as the bus was then going to Boston, so we collected our bags and started ...