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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... we could have a little bit of look around in places we had been to previously.
We had a bit of a look around the area when we got there, and went and had ordered some coffee and a nice little fruit mousse at a place called Tous les Jours. We were given a little electronic disk to take our table. When the coffee was ready, the disk lit up and vibrated. This was all too exciting for us from the antipodes. We then dawdled ...
... Deidre a friend of a friend was also there and we found a lovely bar in Bryant Park, behind the library, for a cool beer. After a couple of lovely cool ales we decided to take the subway to the Brooklyn Bridge and walk across. This was on my to do list and it was well worth doing especially with local guides to manoeuvre the subway system. With wonderful views over Manhattan, Brooklyn and the east arm of the Hudson we were there with half the population of the city. When ...
Our last day in NYC and we start out with...another walking tour! This was our SOHO/Little Italy/Chinatown tour. It was with the same company that did our Highline tour. Again, it was quite a large group, but they had 3 different guides to break us up into. And it was the start of another hella hot day. Even before we sat down, we were starting to sweat. We met in a little park and actually ...
... I had visions of him sailing without me !!
On the way back we had very good views of Manhattan. We passed by the Statue of Liberty, not very closely, though.
We took the train to Times Square 42nd Street. I did some shopping for gifts in this very busy
environment of theatres, restaurants, and many, many souvenir shops. The Olive Garden was our venue for tea – my bruschetta was very tasty! We had a surprise ...
... subculture built up their own communities whilst gradually integrating into a new society.
Walking around slowly is exhausting and Hayley, Alex and I decided to catch the next ferry. Ruth and Lisa however had vanished and by the time they reappeared it had left. We set a timer for 30 minutes (the ferries supposedly arriving every 40 minutes) and sought out lunch. When we did spot Lisa and Ruth their reappearance was from afar and we couldn’t be bothered to chase ...