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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to my Bucket List.
When I go to New York City, I hope to gain something besides more of hate towards city life. I want to become aware of people's opinions of why they live in the city and why they like it. Usually I think people are crazy who like city life, but I need to see other people's perspective. I want to have a better understanding of apartments and hotels, ****** weather, and traffic. Let's pray that I can accomplish getting through my challenging city ...
We made arrangements to meet Bob for lunch followed by a behind the scenese tour of the Woolworth building. The day greeted us cold and wet, so we didn't do anything before heading to City Hall park to meet Bob.
When we caught up Bob took us for a walk around the World Trade Centre precinct and across to the new Hudson Eats. A really cool eatery with some great food and views of the Hudson River. We popped into Bob's daughters place and said hi to Cari. Grabbed an umbrella ...
... for and knows off rhe So I go up to The Met which is on the East Side of Central Park...so another little jaunt through the park. I doubt my feet and knee while ever recover from my endless walks...everything hurts. I don't think I could physically do any more traveling my body seems to be giving up. So the Met is $25 so I reckon I'll settle for the gift shop. Then I see a little doorway at the back of the gift shop, I ...
... slice of pizza, the beggar's come-on lines, the obtuse queuing system at The Empire State Building (3 hours from street to roof), or even bouncing round a room full of tits in the Sex Museum, too much happened to wring out every nuance of meaning in the space of this blog. It will have to wait; it will all have to wait. I cannot here write adequately about what it's like to lay on the lawn of Washington Square on a Friday evening, upon land where hundreds of ...
... Island Subway station. "Popping up" close to Central Park and 5th Avenue we are now in an upscale area. Classy restaurants and "horse buggy rides" abound. We swot the buggy salesmen to one side and enter Central Park. Constructed in the 1850's (20 years in the making) it is an oasis of calm and greenery so close to the hustle and bustle of Manhattans skyscrapers and as a consequence seems surreal. Synonymous of violence in the 1970's it has now been totally tamed and manicured ...