Red Carpet Inn Elmwood Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... a car park it is so far down, it is impossible for me to see as I can't go within a metre of the window, we have fantastic views, with glimpses of the Hudson River. We have already walked the streets, down to the Hudson, up to Time Square which is a block ...
... day of it, with barbecues, salads, drinking, music and corn holing games, plus throwing the ball around. There were so many of them - it was incredible. After getting through security we took some photos from outside and Sam purchased a hat from a stadium store that was full to capacity. We climbed the stadium stairs to get to the 300 level. It was at this point we realised the extent of the stadium size. When we reached the top we could ...
... quite entertaining because he wasn't an 'in your face, over the top American'. Marcos was very keen on soliciting excellent reviews on trip advisor, carefully spelling out his name for us. If we thought the review we were going to write may not be so glowing, he suggested we just call him Bob. After the tour we had a Pizza lunch in DUMBO (actual name of the area meaning Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). Water taxi back including visit to see Statue of ...
... River. Solo and relay swimmers may also start and finish at East 96th Street and Spuyten Duyvil.
Swimmers begin at South Cove, navigate around the Battery then head north up the East River, counter-clockwise around Manhattan Island. They swim north into the Harlem River, through Spuyten Duyvil, and then south down the Hudson River to the Battery. There are 4 check points: Hell's Gate where the East River meets the Harlem River, Spuyten Duyvil where ...
... people in New York have been fantastic, they cannot do enough for you, very polite, always there to help you. I didn't expect it because London is very different! For example, Hannah lept off the tube and the doors were closing as I tried to get off but about four people came to my rescue to help me! How nice! I have been given coupons for money off food (that is definitely the way to my heart) someone walked past me and asked me how my day is. A lady walked ...