- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but I am eating a lot of salad! So where have I been thus far (remembering I tend to eat with my hosts here). Eatily is an enormous place that only sells Italian food and ingredients...you sit at little stations amongst the foodstuffs and get served the most exquisite Italian - from panini to meats and olives to pasta. Busy, busy, busy. Docks is around the corner from my building. Ostensibly oyster and fish...yeah, I ate salad. Very ...
... great and of course the music nostalgic. The lead singer, playing Franki Valli's, Joseph Leo Bwarie, has a fantastic, four octave range voice. We enjoyed the entire performance.
We were lucky on two counts at Cafe Boulud. First was that we met Jason at noon hour and he was able to fit us in for dinner that day. Second was that, seated at the table next to us were Susan and Chris from Charlotte, North Carolina. We had such ...
... anything. We went into the main bit and it had a kind of cathedral feel to it, a high ceiling and big glass windows all around. You could tell most people in there were just there to see it and take photographs. We walked up the centre main staircase and took some photos looking down. It was very cool to see. Nothing like Wigan Wallgate!!
After we left the station, we walked towards the Chrysler building and MSG Stadium. The Chrysler isn't as high as the ...
... flops. 08:30 HRS CHINATOWN! We are very very early and head out of Canal Street Station in search of a Chinese Breakfast. Eventually we find a small cafe - Mei Lan Wa (or something) and order won ton noodle soup - spring rolls and shrimp dumplings! ON TO THE BUDDIST TEMPLE. Are we in NYC or SHANGHAI? We enter a stereotypical Buddist Temple just as you would expect in Bangkok!!. Over 30 moralistic murals hang either side of the temple. One lists the four ...
... of Manhattan. It feels so friendly, laid back and safe! To give you an idea of the day and how far we walked (my feet are killing me) we saw, times sq, grand central station, the Rockefeller centre, soho, Greenwich village, Brooklyn bridge, the court house and lots of sights in between! We went to a great American restaurant in Greenwich village which had been recommended to us called the corner bistro! It was quite a walk but worth it! Simple American ...