Red Carpet Inn Elmwood Park
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Today we started with the complimentary breakfast offered by the hotel, a selection of pastries, croissants, bagels and muffins along with tea, coffee and juice. By 8:30 we were on our way to the subway to catch the red line down to South Ferry. We were able to use the cards that we had been given last night. Less than half an hour later we were at Battery Park where the boats leave for Liberty Island and Ellis Island. We had pre-purchased entry with our New ...
... where it took a while for us all to cool down. We headed back to the hotel for showers and a rest. Kate had really enjoyed seeing a comedy show here with some of her Contiki group so we decided to see a show together. We went to Caroline's near Times Square which is supposed to be pretty good. There were four comedians and although they were amusing it was nothing special. Then we went to the ...
... All the while our children played on the ground at our feet. I spent much of our time not thinking about the grossness of the situation! All too soon it was time to take our tired kiddies home for dinner and bed. Peak hour congestion makes urgency difficult and once again it was quite late when we reached our new favourite deli supermarket "the garden" for dinner supplies- BBQ ribs, chicken tenders, ceasar salad and other little treats, before the walk home and a 9pm ...
... Empire State, Broadway theatres, Times Square, the Naked Cowboy, A windowless building, Trinity church, the aftermath of a shooting in Greenwich village, Staten Island ferry terminal, Financial District and the bronze bull, the new World Trade Centre tower one, the docks under the Manhattan bridge and the bridge itself, and walked back to Hotel through a small part of SoHo and China Town (to name only what I can ...
... better of us, well of Alan, and he ordered a rice pudding (Arroz con Leche). The waiter came back and said that, alas, they didn’t have any. So the order was changed it to a “Peruvian dried purple corn and fruit dessert” (Mazamorra Morada). Didn’t know what that was but was keen to try – yes, I like to try things I don’t know. Our waiter came back for a second time and apologised saying that they didn’t ...
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