Crowne Plaza Hotel Fairfield
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... TRYP by Wyndham'. The journey to Manhattan was surreal, seeing that iconic skyline looming up in front of you before we plunged into the Lincoln Tunnel only to emerge in the middle of those sky-scraping towers. It was a short ride through the crazy traffic and film-set streets to our hotel. Once checked in it was time to a welcome freshen-up before heading out into the city. We wandered down our busy street, heading for a ...
... 9.00 and we get going at about 11. Tonight for example we had dinner at 10.00 and shopped till about 12. Today we headed down to Lower Manhattan to the World Trade Centre Memorial and Museum. The new memorial, fountains that take up the footprint of the original two towers, is beautifully done. It is really surreal to stand there and imagine those two buildings coming down. We wandered around reading the names of all who lost their lives that day. ...
We started the day with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but that meant figuring out the subway system. It's slightly different than DC & Boston, and I'm still not convinced I bought the right tickets. Luckily, it's pretty easy to plead ignorance when I'm as clueless as I am! The Met itself was incredible. It's impossible to describe its size... I can't imagine ...
... be romantic to show Sioux Rockefeller Centre at night in the snow/blizzard. Even caught a cab to get there as the snow is covering up the street names and we were worried we might get lost. It would have been romantic apart from the frost bite and partial snow blindness. We want somewhere to eat close to home so it's off to Applejacks for dinner. I think I've found my comfort zone. Big day coming up tomorrow as we have booked a helicopter ...
... a Harpoon UFO Pumpkin beer. It was really good. And only $6, which it very good for fairly central in Manhattan. Then it was time to catch a train back to Irvington before I turned into a pumpkin (haha, oh I am so amusing...or perhaps not.)
All in all, a pretty amazing day where I have seen a lot of New York City. I think by the end of tomorrow I will have seen the main things I want to see - this means that my final weekend in New York I can focus on shopping and ...