Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... that lived there, who they were, how the lived, what was happening in the city at the time they lived there. A definite must do for my return to New York (eventually). It was mid-afternoon by now so I took the train over to Brooklyn and located Dumbo Park which was beautiful and had really amazing views of both bridges. I think they've expanded it because the bit I cam down onto looked pretty new. I walked towards the Brooklyn Bridge and ...
... would not allow me to relax on the first flight as I could not stop worrying about how long it would take me to get to the connecting flight in Reykjavik airport, especially after a delay in London. However, as always, no need to worry as the gate I needed was in fact the gate I came through after the plane had landed. Now the only thing to worry about is my luggage and the constant paranoia of not wiggling my legs ...
... a piece as a souvenir of the trip, and we looked in many shops and windows overwhelmed by the amount of diamonds and glitter.
At the last moment, I saw a very thin bracelet made of small diamonds and Ben did the deal. It is a lovely delicate piece and we both thought it special.
We headed back to FAO Schwartz to collect the kids and walked quickly back towards Penn station to catch the train back to Short Hill, collect our luggage and head for the ...
... looks to me like a cable car! It runs between 59th Street, just near the bridge, to the island. The more I read about it, the more I wish to go there.
It wasn't very far to walk from the bus stop to an Indian restaurant we’d chosen for dinner, on E58th Street between Lexington and 3rd Avenues. It’s called Chola, and advertises itself as Eclectic Indian. The interior had very ...
I'll admit a trip to Harlem was very low on my priority list for our time in New York. The first time I came to here was back in February 1991, only a couple of months after a tourist was attacked and killed on the subway (at that time about 20 people a year were being murdered on the subway!). It was enough to keep my friend and I out of the subway for the entire trip and not venture further north than Central Park. In hindsight very silly of us. ...