Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel
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... envisioned technological changes such as the
Internet and growth in mobile telecommunications. In that era New York was also
very much the center of things, by far the most important city in both the U.S.
and the world, a dominant role it’s lost over the last half century even if it’s
still officially the world’s biggest metropolitan area economy.
I recall my parents both talking about visits to the
1964-1965 fair as residents ...
... which equated to the 'also rans' we think. After lining up to get tickets we were herded, cattle like, to a bar that is 'a friend of the show' for an hour, before lining up again for an hour being told how important the audience is ....hmmmm ok ...... The actual show was ok, good band. There were some funny moments but the guest - Rosie ODonnell - wasnt very exciting. Jet Lag hit both of us in the theatre.... guess we were ...
The weather wasn't great the following day so we went back to Grand Central Station for a good look around as we didn't get chance when we arrived with our luggage in tow!! We'd glad we did because it gave us chance to look around the different levels, have a lovely bowl of soup & find a wonderful market too!
After lunch we hopped on the ...
... if all the good stuff is kept in the basement and these are all just copies? What a truly remarkable Museum. We are foiled by the rain though as I had wanted to go up to the rooftop where the views are meant to be wonderful. They have closed the roof due to wet weather- bummer.
Getting weary by now, we decide to leave and head back. We get a bus this time and are waylaid by a visit to the Museum of Sex. There is a ridiculously long queue to get in and we're not ...
... which we would call our home for the next 8 nights. All the staff are very friendly, but gee the bathrooms are tiny! No room to turn around, and you have to open the bathroom door to be able to open the shower door to be able to get into the shower! Don't even think about having a dance party in there cos unfortunately that bathroom is party of one only.
By this time it's nearing midnight, so sleep is definitely in order. Peace out from New York ...