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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Lucy and I go and get dinner. The line up was long and by the time we get to the front they have run out of most things. They tell us that they will have more sandwiches soon but 10 minutes later and nothing comes out, so dinner was croissants and brioche nom nom.
Coming to America is a classic and there are still lines that make me laugh out loud. The lightning in the back drop didn’t instill too much confidence in the weather but lucky for us it held out for the ...
Got up and took advantage of the showers before heading down to the train station, which is just 2 blocks from our place. Ryan had a good chat to the cops there and asked how to get into the city. They were pretty nice and told us to get on the train without a ticket as we were only going 2 stops to Exchange Place. We got breakfast here at a busy little restaurant before catching the Path under the water into the city to ...
... glad I happened upon them! After a quick rest I headed south, the opposite direction from my morning outing, towards Prospect Park. This is the big park in Brooklyn. I walked down a cute street with lots of cafes and businesses and past more brownstone lined streets. At the entrance of the park is a place called Grand Army Plaza with a memorial for the soldiers and sailors of the Civil War. It was grand site! There was a ...
Greg's Version: Today was very different from yesterday. Both Jeanne and Steve went to work and left us to our own devices. Yesterday Steve showed us how to take a PATH train to 33rd Street which was packed with morning commuters. From there we made our way to the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the Grey Line counter. I purchased tickets for the Uptown and Downtown Hop-on Hop-off tours. I had learned in other cities that ...