The Olde Mill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and days in the desert, something I am truly looking forward to. Following, we will travel to Marrakesh, which is where we will be spending our last few days shopping, unwinding and exploring before returning to Casablanca for our flight back home.
Wow... I am SO excited! I will be bringing my tablet with me so I can hopefully do some updating while I am in Africa. I look forward to updating and sharing this wonderful adventure with you! :)
Saturday morning we woke up around 9 and were in the car at 10. We needed to get into the city to buy tickets at TKTS, a service that sells discounted tickets for that night's performances. We had 6 people total in our group, Scott, Nikki, Gracie, Ben, Fareeha, and me. After arriving in the Seaport district around 11:15 and standing in line outside while it was freezing, we got some awesome deals on tickets. Nikki Scott and Gracie got tickets to the Phantom of the Opera, ...
... some of the architecture and stores midtown.
I think my favourite building in NYC. well I know it is - is the Chrysler building. It is so wonderfully sumptuously art deco I just want to run my hands all over it! The building does not have a view deck but the lobby is just as decadent with wood panelling, brass lines and inlaid art. Yum!
I also visited Grand Central station which is another amazing space and has ...
... bring an extra suitcase already (WHICH IS ABSURD AIR EUROPA!!) To my defense though the extra weight came from my bible and other books I had to bring for my online marriage and family class so at least I looked like a holy, religious, nerd than some diva who brought too many shoes lol. However, after that fiasco we finally said our goodbyes and were on our way to the land of tapas, futbol, flamenco, siestas and most importantly sangria. Adios Los Estados Unidos, Hola ...
... one could hardly move. It seemed as though the crowd would literally carry one along without ever touching the ground. In the heart of Times Square we found the “sisters” of Nearly Naked Woman from Las Vegas; Nearly Naked Patriotic Women. I guess it takes all kinds.
When we did make it back to the hotel, I collapsed.
For breakfast the next morning, we walked to the Red Flame Diner on 44th ...