BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I slept really well on the plane, it was a 21hr and 32 minute flight. I can't wait to get my car and drive up to the Broadway Hotel/Motel soon. I need to get out of the plane to walk!
As the plane arrived in New York, I could see all the landmarks New York is famous for and ...
This morning late breakfast at 9:00 and at 11:00, we went for a long walk in Tallman Mountain state park. Wonderful weather and scenery, Some trees started to turn orange or red. We also found some mushrooms (orange and yellow). When I was taking some pictures, a group of people came and told us that this fungus is called ...
... subway to the Meatpacker district, Google building and to Chelsea market, v v groovy place, had the yummiest lunch from Sarabeth Bakery. Paul got a groovy Tshirt of the NY subway, v v excited to see a poster of Melbourne's public transport! Next we walked the Highline, a fabulous park created from an abandoned ell rail track - it was going to be pulled down, it was like walking along a garden path in the sky. Home for a wee rest - passed fur shops and an ancient Chinese ...
... Awesome, amazing, phenomenal - words can't describe how much I enjoyed it! Walking back to the hotel at 11.30pm through Times Square was surreal, the lights the bustle the noise and for the seasoned shopaholics out there, shops that open until at least ...
Is it a bird? Is it a plane. Yes. It's a plane. We're taking a plane. It's relocation day! After four grueling days in New York, the biggest thing on the agenda today is our 9:55pm flight from JFK to Oslo. We spent late last night and into this morning dealing with logistics. Anne's family was kind enough to take a dirty clothes bag home with them, so we had to shuffle and recheck that everything ended up in the right bags. By the end of that process, we are down to four ...