Sutton Court Hotel Residences
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... filmed in each location. Would have appreciated more historical info instead of the Hollywood version.
Restaurant recommendation!! Our hotel a block away from Hell's Kitchen - handy!. The hotel concierge recommended Blockheads, a nice Mexican restaurant in an open courtyard. Food was excellent! We shared a few appetizers and had some pretty kick-ass drinks - Margaritas and Dar had some fireball whiskey drink with the little upside down beer!
I walked up to 14th St to grab the E train back to my hotel.
Sunday, I left early again to make a repeat performance at Norma’s. This time I tried something different: the Chocolate Decadence French Toast. This is 3 pieces of chocolate cake cooked in a French Toast batter and layered with marinated strawberries, garnished with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. I loved this as much as the waffle; maybe next time I’ll branch out and try something ...
... chargers in each seat, so charging my phone was easy. I liked this aspect of the flight, just the food was lacking.
Overall, the flight didn't seem like it took forever, but it wasn't the quickest flight either. After being in the air for just over 15 hours, we were stuck a holding pattern for 20 minutes, before we finally landed in HKG. Unlike my previous visit to this airport, customs was quick and easy, and I was out the door in no time to begin the ...
... subway again (this time in the right direction - finally worked out uptown verses downtown) and head to South Ferry to catch the Staten Island ferry which passes by the Statue of Liberty. A rush to the right side of the ferry insures a good view. I have been looking forward to seeing the Statue. She seemed smaller than I expected but then again we were a little far away. Unfortunately the weather was overcast and pics are not so clear. Once we arrived at ...
... we settled on “The Cripple of Inishmaan” starring Daniel Radcliffe and in previews for the first time that night. It was heralded as a dark comedy and had received good reviews in London, so we took a chance and bought 2-for-1 tickets.
Tickets in hand we made our way directly to the subway and out of Times Square. We had some time to spare and wanted to explore our adopted neighborhood some more, so we stopped in at Maiden Lane on Ave. B. ...