Crowne Plaza Hotel Fairfield
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... to the bus terminal we had a look around the Disney store and Toys R Us in Times Square then had some dinner at TGI Fridays. The service was pretty bad and the food not much better - we don't understand why we keep going back there. After dinner we retired for the night in the room. It had been really warm and sunny at the game, but fortunately we had shelter from the overhead lighting for about half the game. The heat took a bit out of us ...
... by Captain Sully, the only airline pilot who is a gliding instructor for the navy...hero! Saturday, repeat Friday start, walk across the park, less quiet, about a thousand joggers, another Bluestone coffee, wedding seen at the Episcopalian church next door. A wedding on 5th Avenue involves about seven bridesmaids and a gaggle of little girls and boys. Sadly the bride moved too fast for serious look at the dress, Doreen a bit miffed and she swears to God that one of ...
We had come to New York as on the 23rd Bryan was hoping to do another marathon swim, this time around Manhattan Island!
Known as M.I.M.S. (Manhattan Island Marathon Swim) it is one of the big world-wide, open water swims everyone aspires to do and you can only do it if you have already swum the English Channel. But more about that later.
The flight from England was great. We flew with Norwegian Air on a Boeing Dream Liner and it was a really lovely plane. ...
... to...well...Staten Island. Top tip: this gives awesome views of the Downtown skyline and is completely free. Worth every cent. Although the view of the new One WTC is tinged with poignancy. On Staten Island, we got to watch the Staten Island Yankees train - yeah, not the real Yankees, but more like their physically stunted and socially awkward second cousin you only really talk to at family weddings. Dylan was intrigued though. Beyond ...
... the theatre off the straight and you literally go from street to seat which was just so weird. The intermission is spent queuing almost back to the street entrance for the toilet and not everyone gets a chance to pee - they have someone at the rest room door herding people in and out 5 at a time...most bizarre experience ever. AND once the show is over you get herded out the door at top speed.
Lucky Les Miserable is so good - I cant even imagine how disappointed ...