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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... going down the road. We shall see. Today was a long day driving. The countryside was beautiful and beautiful old stone homes in the forest were visible from time to time. The leaves were bright and beautiful is some areas and in others it looked like the prom was over and the colorful prom dress lay in a heap on the grown. We went through Rhode Island and Connecticut and finished in New York at Camp Gateway on Jamaica Bay.
We had found this spot ...
... on Times Square. We wanted to spend time in a quiet area and our final night right where the action is.
We went to Macy's to do some serious shopping. Forget Macy's in LA, not a patch on the NY store. Macy's NY is the largest department store in the world. The store was packed because it had it's Labour Day weekend sale. I hit the shoe department with vigour. Noel found a nice seat and ...
... br> Then walk along 5th Avenue to the Rockefeller building where John did the trip to top and I did the shops 5th Avenue then we walked home Via 5th avenue shops to Central Park stopped half way for glass of wine and beer 3 hours later left restaurant had late lunch
Continued walk home through Central Park packed and out for dinner home 10 30pm.
Success at last! The children slept through the night, now its my turn! I think yesterday really wore them our. We woke up and planned to go to Redeemer Presbyterian Church, but once we turned the TV on and realised it was Puerto-Rican Day, with 80 thousand people taking part in a march up 5th Avenue and an estimated 300 thousand spectators between us and the church, we decided to abandon our plan and try the afternoon service. We walked to a different ...
... although it was still rather windy! Armed with yet another Pick a Bagel chopped salad and no doubt a stash of Baked by Melissa cupcakes for the train ride back to Boston we said a sad farewell to the Robbos.
Mum and Dad arrive on Tuesday which we are so excited about and we are really looking forward to seeing Kirsty and Jon again in a couple of weeks when the four of us go to visit them in ...