Long Island Breeze Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... too. Masses of black cars, white cars, school buses and yellow taxis. Funny that we've not seen many coloured cars here in New York. That's just a little observation. We were going to walk back the way over Brooklyn Bridge, but my knees seized up, and we were both shattered on our pins, so we got the subway all the way back to Columbus Circle, which is just four blocks from our hotel. Another full on day, but a very comfortable bed to come back ...
Up at 8am. Met Fiona and her cousin in law Berryn (Bezzy) at Columbus Circle Subway Red Line at 0930.
We caught the A line Subway to 14th St to have a wander through the High Line which is an elevated old freight rail line that has been transformed into a free public parkland on Manhattan's West side near the Meat Packing District. We then walked through the Chelsea Markets and had coffee with an almond croissant.
We then hopped back ...
... birds singing, roller skaters skating, joggers jogging and runners running. It was very pleasant. The park is massive, so after a little walk around we decided to head towards the shops. A quick stop off in the Apple Store, Fifth Avenue which with its impressive glass box entrance leading underground is quite a sight. The store itself though was smaller than I expected. Next onto FAO Schwarz for a quick peek at the Big Piano. For those of you ...
... Bryant Park on the corner. The park was packed as there is a mid summer film festival happening right now but the atmosphere was amazing! I then walked to Grand Central Station. It's not called grand for nothing!! After a good wander round and dodging the rush hour commuters, I went to the Magnolia Bakery for a slice of cake (especially because it's the bakery Carrie Bradshaw loves in Sex and The City!) and in line I got chatting to a woman who has just employed a ...
... which was powerful. The Museum has only been opened recently and was extremely moving. After picking up tickets to Kinky Boots, we headed off to Staten Island on the ferry and passed by the Statue of Liberty. Another bucket list item ticked off! In following days we walked miles and visited the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Radio City Music Hall, Brooklyn, Greenwich, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and ...