Staybridge Suites Times Square - New York City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We travelled by Amtrak yesterday taking 3 1/4hrs to get here. We had to wait for our room to be ready as we were upgraded AGAIN! this time on the 25th floor looking out over the harbour to the west and Time Square to the east.
Today saw Marts rearing to go so we were up and away by 9. We reaquainted ourselves with the Subway; taking the train …
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... breakfast Lutgart went to work and I did a little visit and then went to the Villages, enjoyed the lovely streets there, and did a nice walk on the High Line, so beautiful with this wonderful sunny and warm weather!
In the evening Lutgart and I went to dine in a very nice restaurant, mostly sea food, called the Oyster bar. One can eat oysters, but I chose for a swordfish steak, delicious! We ordered ...
... neither of us were overly hungry). It cost $44! (So in Canadian money we are looking at about $55-60). Nutso. We can get beautiful big meals here at some of the better places in town for $40 Canadian. We made a mental note to not eat at TGI's again...ever. (I will compare this to our Olive Garden meal in my post for near the end of our trip). DO NOT EAT AT TGI FRIDAYS!
So after our meager expensive meal, ...
... layers and got out in it. We must have looked a sight - squealing and taking photos and sticking our tongues out to catch the flakes - and that was only as we walked our first block. Regular New Yorkers were walking past looking less than excited ... but not us. We continued to walk and and take photos strolling in our snow boots with linked arms so as not to slip and to keep each other warm, enjoying the city in its blanket of white. Even the piles ...