Smyth Hotel - A Thompson Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... down today! A cab to Penn Station and then a bit of a trek through the rain looking for an elevator - no luck so got wet for no reason. Once checked in, they wanted me to join the queue to board, in about 45 minutes, I don't think so! The wonders of research - I went and found myself a Red Cap who took me straight down to the train and I was first in my cabin so first pick of the seats! Going up the Hudson River valley was truly beautiful. It ...
... I went to Times Square cos everyone says you need to see it. Was very, very busy! Interesting though. They had someone there playing a piano and singing. I stood to watch and had to ask someone who he was cos they all were amazed so I thought he must be famous. A singer called Nathan Sykes, still not sure who he was but he was good. Quiet a large area. Lots and lots of people. I generally followed behind a family to get through and avoid ...
... right near the Flatiron building. It was a gorgeous, funky boutique hotel - all black rooms and funky fittest- and we loved the special feel of it. We dropped our bag and went out walking for about an hour before grabbing something to eat, heading back to the hotel to quickly shower and change and then jump into a cab. We went to see the musical 'Book of Mormon' - a hilarious very politically incorrect ...
Falafel again but this time like a Shwarma. Loved it. A Jewish restaurant. Funny part was could not understand much of neither the billing counter guy- who takes the order nor te one on the other side of the serving table - who prepares the orders. Across the 5th Avenue , 48th ...
Spent yesterday checking out Times Square and shopping. Walked through the Theatre District and saw all the massive billboards advertising the plays - Erin - you would've loved it. The traffic is amazing here, everyone is so inpatient and beeps their horn if you take less than half a second to move your car at the lights. Then you have full-on gridlock and no one can move anywhere, yet they will still beep the car ahead of ...