Sonesta ES Suites Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Today was another beautiful day so I decided to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge! I took the subway to the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. It's called DUMBO because that is short for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. Several neighborhoods are named this way. SoHo is South of Houston, Tribeca is Triangle Below Canal, Nolita is North of Little Italy, the Meatpacking District used to literally be the meatpacking district. They get real creative ...
Transferred from the hostel to the Sheraton today as my next tour leaves from here in the morning. So nice to be back in a hotel with my own bathroom and a real bed instead of something that resembles a wooden plank. Spent the rest of the day walking - went too far on the subway and walked back a few blocks, then my phone maps took me 10 blocks in the wrong direction of the New York ...
... most of the facade and it really was larger than life, inside and out. The first exhibition of the day was the Egyptian Art. This was a "chronological display of more than 20,000 objects, 5th millenium BC-AD 400. Old kingdom tomb of Perneb, Meketre models,middle and new kingdom jewellery, statuary of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut, and early Roman period Temple of Dendur" (as per Metropolitan Museum brochure). I was totally ...