La Quinta Inn & Suites Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we hopped on his motorcycle, drove through the underwater tunnel, and went rock climbing at the Cliffs with his friend Gus. It was too coooool. After that we drove to see his parents on the upper east side and their house smelt like Malta:) Then he took me for a ride around on the FDR highway and we saw the city and bridges lit up. Then he dropped me off at my hotel. Best day of my ...
Well I can't wait to come back... New York is an amazing city... And again I have thoroughly enjoyed it... We went and saw Finding Neverland on Thursday night... It opened on Wednesday night, start Kelsey grammar ( Frasier) and Matthew Morrison (Glee) and is the story of how Peter became Pan... A fabulous show... Yesterday was a bit of shopping, at Macy's... ...
... met him for lunch on Monday in DUMBO (Down Under Manhattan Bridge) Brooklyn, at a delightful restaurant, Atrium. Unfortunately although the weather was considerably warmer (+2 degrees), it poured all day so was not the time to really explore Brooklyn. The rain eased in the evening, and George, Hilary and I walked up to the Village Vanguard, perhaps the most prestigious jazz club in New York, for their Monday night house stage band. The band is now in its 50th year of ...
... whilst grinning and gesturing wildly so as to get their point across. We could only smile at the utter irony of the situation ... Everywhere we walked we saw things we recognised immediately from American television and films. Every time we saw a FedEx van, which in the city is often, Bon and I squealed out "Wilson" and laughed hysterically together, as one of our favourite movies Castaway instantly came to mind. Some steps leading to a beautiful brownstone ...
... leads up to the reservoir. The fountain and all the glorious colours of the trees with the buildings peaking through.
Having got my good dose of nature I headed back into the fray of concrete jungle visiting Bloomingdales (too expensive) and recently introduce to Bondi Junction - Williams & Sonoma and Pottery Barn - both homewears stores kitted up for Christmas and lots of fun.
As I am not starting very early at all at the ...