Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... was brioche bread pudding with ice cream. I would recommend this place for a very good meal that’s not too expensive. It’s at W 39th and 9th, just around the corner from where we stayed last time. Appropriately our waitress’ name was Sinead!
A quick taxi trip to the shuttle stop with a very quiet driver. It was a lovely evening from a weather point of view. I blogged, and was late to bed as usual.
... and will probably repeat it
again, but the scenery changes so much in just a few hours it’s unreal. We left
the desert behind within a few hours, and once again found ourselves on winding
roads, flanked by greenery, mountains with snowy peaks either side of us, and
huge wooden houses perpetuating the luxury of the Colorado ski resorts were
arranged on the hillsides so as to afford the most spectacular views for their
wealthy dwellers. Quite a change ...
... be found with all manner of touching inscriptions.
Observation No. 5: I should have realized the enormity of the Metropolitan Museum of Art when, approaching it from the rear, it took me twenty minutes to get to the front door. Rembrandt's Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer, Vermeer's Young Woman with a Water Pitcher, Van Gough's Self Portrait in the straw hat, Monet's ...
... asleep in my arms not long before we decided to head back. He became a rather heavy lump!
By the time we headed back it was beginning to get dark which made the lights all the more impressive. We managed to get the correct Subways back, we returned to New York pizza and chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream which was a huge hit.
Some more Mario Bros with the step-cousins and baby cuddles before another late ...
... went rather quick, only an hour and a half. We were very surprised at the state of the houses and factories that back onto the train track. I had expected to see some lovely scenery passing through the different states but for the most of it there was run down properties, lots of empty run down houses and lots of concrete recycling places. Really nothing to look at at all. It gave some perspective to watching movies on tv when people move ...