Smyth Hotel - A Thompson Hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... half a foot away when I'd inched just a little too close. He was like a little grumpy old man. It was a lovely moment for me.
As I was walking over the Arlington memorial bridge a helicopter clattered overhead and made for the White House. I like to think that Obama was in there flying over (no i know, probably not, don't spoilt it!). Eventually I got to the cemetery. It was... quietly horrific. Row upon row upon row of white gravestones for as far as the eye ...
... trying to do a comedy act but as his face was so serious I would guess not. We had drinks at the rather stylish Gransvoort rooftop bar and dinner at one of our favourite’s, Catch, a fish restaurant. One of reasons we like the place so much is the fact that a bottle of Mumm Champagne is only $50 which for NYC is unheard of. Plus, the prawns and lobster mash are divine. The restaurant was very lively and guests were still being seated as we ...
... the museum i walked back into central park. I walked around the lakes, then tried
to find the castle, but got lost. Eventually with the help of a map i did find it. I had a look at the views from the top, then headed back down. I found a seat and then had my lunch in the sun of the park. Later i made it to the other side, then followed the bike road to the main sections of the park – the playgrounds area. I then headed back out to the street. I ...
... Went to the fresh food market at Union Square and through a street art display, before sitting in Washington Square and listening to a grand piano being played by a musician.
... of the museum alone!
There's a lot of other Egyptian stuff, but most of what I wanted to take Photos of I took back in 2010 ... and the Greek and Roman art (mostly pottery, and some amazing stuff, too, for the Greeks ... Red, Black and Polychrome wares ... and mostly statuary for the Romans) I've either photographed or, sadly, is behind semi-grubby thick plexiglass cases that are carefully designed to maximise reflections so they ...