Sun Bright Hotel
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... walk we found Dylan's Candy Store, home to 5000 different sweets on three floors, including a cocktail bar on the third floor. and one of the locations from Gossip Girl.
We looked for a rooftop bar in our neighbourhood, but it was just starting to drizzle, and we were done, having walked the equivalent of 25000 steps by the time we reached our front door. We decided on takeaway for dinner, a bottle of bubbly and an early night.
... up The Rock early. Tricky thing packing!! View from the top was amazing..... Thank you Danielle Le Ros for the suggestion of seeing the two views at different times of day....not sure if the night or day was better. Certainly not as busy here but still long walkways to move through. Found choccie shop in the building (how unusual) and had unbelievably rich chocolate frappe and slice. And then off to Tiffany. Was that on my must do list for New York ? Was it on Alicia's ...
... we could not fit in a visit.
A short walk back to the hotel for a coffee and shower. We then meet up early for drinks and our final game of cards as the plan is to go up to Times Square for the evening. The mammoth cards competition ends with Martin securing the honour of buying us all dinner on the last evening after racking up some big scores.
We then take the subway up to Times Square which is absolutely rammed with families ...
... billions of glittering colour combinations.
Hope you like all them there statistics!
Today the whole area from 40th to 53rd and beyond is now known as Times Square.
It was early in 1895 when the theatre scene first began there - Oscar Hammerstein I opened a large entertainment complex on 42 Street, with three theatres. These days there is a myriad of theatres.
The square is at the ...
... Boating on the Lake in Central Park started in earnest in 1860, and the boathouse was built in 1872 to cater to Lake boaters. Finishing lunch, we strolled further, past a lively Central Park skate/dance party (pictured) and from there, across Sheep Meadow, a vast expanse of emerald lawn, crowded on this day with New Yorkers enjoying the sunshine. Lisa needed to leave for other voices, other rooms - and left Patty and me headed toward the Essex House (for ...