Sheraton Eatontown Hotel
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We shot right past Macey's on the subway, not knowing we took an express train. But ending up in Grand Central Station worked out fine, since it was on the itinerary anyway. What a building. Good taste without opulence. A triumph for relatively modern architechture, I would say. .....and the next building. The N. Y. Public Library. The serious readers (as opposed to the ...
... but we weren't to crowded. The plane sat on the ground for a long time after departure time and then slowly taxied to the runway in a long line of planes...we took off about an hour late. Had a minimally eatable meal around 1 am. Our course was more or less directly across the Atlantic, instead of the great circle route you normally take up around Nova Scotia, Greenland, Iceland, UK etc. I like having a direct flight with no stop in Europe. Night ...
... full day here and the hottest at 37*. We decided to take a ferry ride all the way around the island. We have done many hours of walking over the last three weeks with temperatures averaging high 20s/early 30's and despite not wearing any sunscreen have not got the slightest bit sunburn. Probably due to the better ozone layer above us here in the Northern hemisphere. Well, with three hours in the 37* heat I pushed my luck too far. Just to give you an idea of how burnt my ...
... when we went into the restaurant the streets were busy and bright, on our way home we noticed that the TS lights were not as flashing, the streets were empty of people going out and filled with a rougher type and drunks (1:00AM). the streets looked derelict and the air was hot and oppressive and everywhere smelt like pee. So this was Time Square when the lights went out...not so pretty and a little bit fraky especially after a man kept growling behind me! Home quick.
... Gossip Girl tour and saw things such as the New York palace (chuck and the Vanderwoodsen's house) the New York Museum (entrance to the school) and the Metropolitan Museum (The steps Blair eats lunch on at school) and the Empire Hotel. Strolling along Fifth Ave it's funny how much the tourists stick out because they are the only ones with their heads up - everyone else is always heads down on their phones, with such busy streets it's amazing how they get by. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet