Smyth Hotel - A Thompson Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Exiting while freezing was awful as I was slow at the same time thankful for the sun and happy to have selected no bag check...aka quicker exit and eventually a warm fleece poncho thing...yeah warmth!
I found my friends, changed and we headed to brunch, unlimited mimosas...with special treatment, the only marathoner there I got complimentary brunch...YEAH!!! I got 1 day after to celebrate, well or explore the city on foot with my camera before heading to Guatemala for ...
... continued on the East River waterfront. We passed through Chinatown and Little Italy, then drove through East Village and onward towards the United Nations building. It was an excellent overview of the city, and it prepared me for what I wanted to do for the next 2.5 days. ...
... line, here they are; 79th, 72nd, 66th, 59th, 50th, 42nd, 34th, 28th, 23rd, 18th, 14th, Columbus, Houston (pronounced 'house-ton' not 'hue-ston'), Canal, Franklin, Chambers, Rector and South Ferry. Just in case you were wondering.
After a cheat's dinner at McDonald's (I blame the tiredness) it was then that dreaded time to start thinking about packing. So with that, peace out from New York ...
Today was another picture perfect day. I think it might have reached 80 degrees today. There were a few times when I caught a breeze in the shade and I was almost chilly! It was the perfect day to walk the High Line. The High Line was created as a park to repurpose an abandoned elevated railway that hasn't been used since the 80's. I love that NYC turns eyesores into beautiful things! It runs along 10th Avenue from 30th St in Chelsea down to 13th St in ...
... would begin to stray away from time to time and have to re-jog my memory as to what she was even babbling on about this time. Anyway, she described experiments and screenings they are currently doing for prospective people to take to Mars. I'll spare you though and make a long story short (unlike she did). She proceeded to tell me that if they would consider taking someone her age she would willingly go and never come back. Well, ...