HYATT house White Plains
Travel Blogs from White Plains
... At the section of the bridge clear of renovation works we're able to get a good view of the skyline of both Manhattan and Brooklyn. Impressive. Also at this section we notice padlocks locked in place to any given area available on the bridge. The locks have names and dates written on them and are apparently 'love locks', a symbol of everlasting love. I wonder if they get unlocked if the couple splits up? After we've walked back ...
The show itself didn't blow me away, not sure about the rest of the crowd. It was difficult to hear what they were saying, but luckily we knew the story so could focus more on the music and dancing. We thought about going to a rooftop bar afterwards (we also considered it the night before), but again we were too tired and rather went to sleep. Note to self - if you want to experience more of New York's nightlife, sleep later and do less during the ...
... t going to be my highlight, but I
was pleasantly surprised how cool it was. Similar to Selfridge’s in London the
floors were crammed with people rushing around getting last minute presents. I
was hoping to see people fight over items, would’ve made my day, but I was out
of luck. They clearly had years of experience with organised queues and systems
in place to control the flow of people.
We carried on up Fifth Avenue seeing the Empire State ...
So this is it. I cannot believe that 365 days have passed and I have come to the end of this adventure. I knew I would be full of mixed emotions, happiness and sadness. Well I was full of sadness but for all the wrong reasons. My Mum had sent me an email late yesterday afternoon to tell me that my beautiful cat Dillon had sadly passed away after becoming ill. She was the twin sister of Sadie who died last Christmas. I knew deep down in ...
... the Milford.
A nice rest and a freshen up and we went out for dinner - not to a deli this time, but to Justin Timberlake's restaurant - Southern Hospitality. I had an amazing pulled pork sandwich, and Helena had fried chicken - there was a piece which was almost as big as her head!
Matt and I were still battling with a bit of jet-lag, so we went back to the hotel after dinner and Jeff took Helena for another walk around Times Square. More exploring tomorrow. . . . .
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility