HYATT house White Plains
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... visited nearly four decades ago although the 9/11 attacks have increased security measures around a number of facilities including the huge water dam. A very special day was rounded off with a lovely meal at Toby and Karen's house where we celebrated her birthday with an ice cream ...
... the floor and the vast size of the internal space of the cathedral. The Statue of Liberty could stand in the centre of the hall and not hit the ceiling.
The building is all stone, no metal frames, which means the gothic arches serve both decorative and structural purposes. It is really a feat of architecture of the day.
After the tour we spent some time in the statue garden next door. Some amazing and weird statues. Check out ...
... would also take us past Central Park. The tour took us past upmarket apartments and the names flowed of the famous, living and dead, who live/d in the various buildings we passed, such as Denzel Washington, Bono. We drove past the Dakota building where John Lennon was shot dead. Yoko Ono still lives there. The areas of Manhattan are different to each other and as went north it became more leafy and open. Harlem surprised. We all know it's reputation, but it like Ponsonby ...
... checked in, found my room, unpacked, then downloaded and sorted pictures. I repacked my bags and updated. I used the WiFi a bit and then headed downstairs for the meeting. First of all i walked around the block, then headed back to the hotel and started to meet the people from this group. Soon the tour manager arrived – Blake. He was the trainer that trained my first US tour manager. We started the meeting – it was the usual contiki meeting type ...
... first visit to Recette and it had come highly recommend from my friend Rosie. It's an urban American restaurant that marries traditional and progressive techniques. We decided to go for the 10 course tasting menu. Yes that’s right, 10 courses!!! The food and wine (which Andy expertly ordered) was divine. The best course probably had to be either the beef carpaccio burrata with tomato jam, porcini puree and basil seeds ...