Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Maybe we will get to see a Broadway play or wait in line for free tickets to the Late Show with Steven Colbert. It would be great to get tickets to see Saturday Night Live. There is so much to see and do in the city that never sleeps, I am sure we won't have any trouble getting into trouble. So long for now and I promise to post pictures of our travels around the ...
... the TV propped up on a big mound of pillows. Bliss.
Once I was back in the real world (patience and tolerance restored) I went to another Smithsonian museum. This time Air and Space. Woooooow, me likey! In fact me likey so much I went back the next day too (loser? Nah). There was a real lunar module, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrins space suits that they actually were on the moon wearing, big rockets and a Christmas tree decorated with little Starship Enterprises. ...
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I can not tell you how excited I was to see Central Park, meaning I was close and again making the race really feel ALL AMERICAN! Emotions were wild but focused on the goal. We ran along the park for what seemed forever because I thought we were to enter it, eventually we did and the rolling hills hit filled with cheers as I just tried to maintain and avoid cramping. The last part we exited the park for a solid 2-3 blocks filled to the ...
... were agog! Marcus was particularly amazed as he’d heard rumours that New York was the city for Singletons but being approached so soon after arriving had really highlighted it was no rumour. Needless to say the boys were chuffed but respectfully declined the invitation and instead spent the evening watching the screens playing each and every sport. On the way back they weaved through Time Square trying to avoid being crushed by tourists ...
... were still wet. Then cocktails were calling, so we headed to a karaoke bar called 'tonic' along 7th Ave. it was a hustly bustly place with music & sports screens everywhere. We were lucky to get a table for us. Nina had found a bill & cash payment left on the chair, so she handed it to Andy to look after. It was some time before the waitress enquired after it, so we did do the decent thing and handed it in. I
savoured a strawberry dacquarie as ...