Oyster Point Hotel
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... t look dressed up enough. The Thai restaurant, Room Service, was very tastefully but interestingly decorated. Ang described it as funky. It had music playing and the service and good was outstanding. Craig described the rice part of his meal as the most flavoursome he's ever had. We've been lucky with the weather, the advance forecasts had been good, but we'd not had any rain until walking home from dinner it was showering, but not enough to get soaked. We were in bed at ...
... meat, but was cooked on a sort of BBQ. There was probably about three times as much chicken as we would get in NZ and same amount of salad and sauces. It was divine! We wished we'd bought two, but one was enough, all for $4. It was the bargain of New York, I'd say.
We then decided we'd bike around Central Park. However, we couldn't see the bikes when we got there and ended up in a rickshaw type thing. I did feel a bit sorry for the guy pedaling when he was ...
... finished, which worked out perfectly when our food was ready. Whew! And the food! Just burgers and fries...but oy vey! I got the SmokeShake burger which had bacon, special sauce and cherry peppers...so delicious, spicy...which made the Brooklyn lager the perfect compliment!
Then back to the Water Taxi and on to Battery Park to see the 9/11 Memorial. Once we found the entrance...again, a line a mile long and the security!! Dear ...
... visit). I was taking a gamble as I didn't have a hotel reservation and this small town wasn't likely to have many options. There was a taxi driver touting for trade on the platform..to be honest he was dodgey looking, but I really needed a cab! Well, it taught me that first impressions can be wrong. He turned out to be lovely! I wanted to go somewhere to eat first so he took me to a good "locals'" place and he even made me wait in the car whilst he checked they took ...
... So much so that the smaller group directly in front of the store was the group that had their ticket numbers already. The larger line still waiting for their tickets had to wait across the street. Crazy! We had ordered the chocolate mousse cake but did not devour it until later in the afternoon.
Our next stop was for lunch at a little '50s style diner I had actually found on Tripadvisor.ca located on Staten Island. It was perfect. A small ...