Oakwood at 6th Avenue
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We woke up early on Thursday morning and got breakfast to eat in Central Park. After we had finished watch the many New Yorkers walking their dogs and jogging through the park we hired a couple of bikes for two hours to ride around the park. The size of the park is deceiving. I managed to ride the whole ring road in the park and see some of the sites in the centre. There were many places that looked familiar from the many TV ...
... We end up in an Applebee’s out of ease, and then, happily fed and watered, we’re headed down towards 6th to find a good spot for the Tartan Day Parade.
We choose a quiet-ish spot on the side of the road near to the starting point. It’s only quiet as we’re there almost an hour before the parade begins. There are still NYPD buses in the road -for the band- and three fire trucks blocking the road ...
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