Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... possible. The hop-on-hop-off bus again served its purpose, this time taking us up-town past Harlem and Brooklyn, past ritzy hotels and glamorous celebrity-studded apartment blocks, as well as dozens of tall brown 'project' developments marking the poorer districts and past Yankee Stadium. A trip to NY, however, has it's share of 'must do's" and is not complete without a walk through Central Park. We hopped off near the northern gates, past ...
The day began bright and early at the crack of dawn with a huge itinerary in front of us...
First stop was attending a gospel church service up in Harlem.. after a sprint and 2 trains we arrived and went straight to the Corinthian First Baptist Church for the 9.30 service (recommended in Lonely Planet and other sites).. to our amazement 200 other people had the same time plan that morning! The line into the church ...
... lions, sea turtles and penguins and hiking to Tortuga bay. It was worth waking up at 5am in the mornings because in the end, the experiences I gained are incomparable to anything I have learned at school. It felt good knowing that I put the Spanish I spent years studying to use. I was able to communicate with the locals when I ordered food or asked for specific things. Being able to fully immerse myself in the Ecuadorian lifestyle from trying guinea pigs ...
... escape from the subway, but you couldn't tell from the outside, see if you can pick it from the photos.
Mardi discovered another Sephora, seventh visit I think, but I've lost count. I took some photos while she browsed.
We then made our way to the ramp to the Brooklyn bridge. An amazing walk up to the bridge, elevated above lanes and lanes of traffic in both directions. The bridge is a work of art as well as an ...
... things since I've been here but it's the atmosphere and people I am most taken a back by. I am meeting some more new people tonight at a get together at an art gallery fancy palace place (fonsy).....I feel like this is a place which would take you years to understand, or get to grips with, but I sure am enjoying immersing myself in it. Off to Staten Island tomorrow, and gonna have a look at the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn bridge and the bull on Wall Street.... Bye for now, ...