Oakwood at West 53rd
Travel Blogs from New York City
... is my cut and paste info...'Tudor City is a historic district in Midtown Manhattan developed in the 1920s by Fred F. French. It comprises twelve buildings in Tudor style...The area became a historic district May 17, 1988. It comprises an area from 40th street to 43rd street between First and Second Ave...'
We went into the lobby of the Ford Foundation building - ...
... finally turned and it was absolutely pouring with rain. There was no choice to but to make a run for it, literally sprinting through the downpour, to the nearest pub! A lovely old one James and his flatmate Kim liked where we drank halfs of ale for several hours and asked questions about American life. Later on we moved onto a sports bar that did really good proper American food, mozzarella sticks, burgers and dozens of 10c chicken wings in ...
... in a row against the same team. We were there Saturday and that was game 3. Baseball is not the most exciting game ever, at least from my perspective. Jan and Willem remained reasonably patient whilst explaining the rules (which I have immediately forgotten again) but it wasn't a great game to watch. The Yankees were not having a good day eventually losing 6-2. Its never going to be my spectator sport of choice, I don't have the patience. ...
So, with the work finished, it was off to New York to meet Tom. I woke at 4 and got concerned because his phoine was still shown as being at Vine Cottage when he should have been on his way to Ashford. Last night he had been concerned that his Mum was not up to coping and he thought he might have to drop out at the last minute, so I wondered if that had happened. I gave it half an hour until the time he should have been just on the train at Ashford ...
... off our shopping bags. We weren't staying far from the theater, so after standing on the corner waiting for him for 30 minutes and getting seriously nervous that we were going to miss the show, and the only form of contact through fb when he is connected to wi-fi, I had to go in search of him. I found him laying on our hotel bed, shoes off, playing games on his iPad - just chilling!! A serious lack of hearing an/or understanding of 'i'll meet you outside the theater - right ...
Other places to stay in New York City
Midtown East, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $218
- Great value and great hotel!
- Good Location, Average Hotel
- Fabulous hotel!
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $220
- Great Value, Nice Room
- Loved it!
- Nice hotel, but ...
Garment District, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $213
- Hated it!!!
- Native NY'er says "These rooms are perfect for the price!"
- Good choice
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $211
- Great Ambiance
- Hudson Horrors
- Won't Be Back
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $274
- Review of ny sheraton
- Typical sheraton...nice place
- Very Nice Establishment!
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $237
- Small room
- Cool Hotel
- Not up to the usual W standards
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $294
- You call this a modern hotel?
- Always stay at the W Times Square!
- The most happening place in the city- Great Location
Upper East Side, New York City | 5 star hotelfrom $418
- Looooove the Pierre
- If your looking for an 'escort', this seemed the place to be..
- Not up to Four Seasons Standards
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $256
- Loved the New York Marriott East Side
- Good stay at the Marriott
- Had and enjoyable stay
Midtown, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $209
- Nonsense-- Have Stayed Here 4 Time, Just Fine
- Know what you're getting
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $289
- Great Value, Great Location
- Great Location, great hotel
- Great Location
Upper West Side, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $159
- Not so nice.
- Great F*kin holiday!
- Quality Hotel on Broadway Needs to Reflect Name
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $270
- Great stay!!!
- First class hotel in the heart of Manhattan
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $256
- Loved Shula's!
- Great for convention, subpar for Westin
- Excellent in every way!
Midtown Center, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $336
- The only way to see New York
- Revisiting a New York treasure
- Fit for a king... but you had to be one!
Tudor City, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $211
- Comfortable, small, quiet
- Good, but no cigar
- A tranquil oasis in the city that new sleeps !
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $198
- Excellent Room and hotel
- Loved the Sheraton Manhattan
- I loved NY
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $199
- Worth the money
- Pleasantly suprised
- Great Stay
Koreatown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $278
- Wonderful experience at the Holiday Inn Martinique
- Nothing wrong with this hotel
- Loved new york, but not The Martinique
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $265
- This Hotel Is A 4Star Disappointment!
- I expect more for my money
- Would not reccomend it to anyone
Upper West Side, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $231
- Great hotel for lower Central Park West
- Nice Look but lacking atmosphere
Clinton, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $219
- Really good!
- Good location but...
- Clean, comfortable, good location
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $194
- Very good value!
- Just tolerable
- Why so negative?
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $261
- Absolutely Fabulous
- Just okay
- One of my favorites!
Midtown, New York City | 5 star hotelfrom $340
- Good upgrade from the Rhiga
- Only OK
- Above and beyond
Midtown, New York City | 1 star hotelfrom $150
- Dont Say here!
- Stay away from this hotel!!!
- Horrible? No!