The J House
Travel Blogs from Greenwich
... amongst the frenetic activity. Grabbed a NY chicken shiskabab from a street merchant...tasty but very different to anything I've had before. Set back on a walk to Times Square...roughly 30 blocks along Broadway via the Empire State Building and Madison Square Garden. A photo does not do justice to the quick pace New York moves at...quite frightening until you just become part of it. On my return to 49th went straight to the Box Office of Chicago and bought myself a ticket to ...
... and things are being put on and fall off and he keeps running, gets shot, gets up again, pulls his shirt off and this continues for a little bit longer. Now most of the times I never get the story when someone is trying to show you it in an artistic way like that. Unless they spell it out for me! I was thinking the whole time that I was glad it only lasted for 70 minutes and I didn’t pay much to attend this show. The second parts of the show ...
... had a small breakfast at the airport, but it was too early for me to have breakfast. I opted to wait for the breakfast on the plane...
We got on our plane on time, but then the delays started. There were massive storms over Chicago's O'Hare airport - so severe that they shut the airport. They reopened it an hour or so later (during which we were stuck on the tarmac), but by that time our connection ...
much-needed shower) with paneer, bateta, daal, bhaat and rotli! It was so good
to eat some proper home-made Indian food and our room was like a 5-star hotel
room with en-suite and wait for it.......HOT WATER!!!!!!!!
After a lay-in we woke up to fresh omelette and our first
batch of clothes being clean and smelling like a summer meadow. Great change
from scrubbing them in a sink with cold water and travel wash where they tend
to come out ...
... street to the Gershwin Theater. A trip back on the subway to Lower Manhattan was next to visit the 911 memorial park. We waited in line for 2 hours as people filed through the gardens, which is on the actual ground zero site. It consists of a square park with lawns, trees and pavements, along with two 50x50 meter square pools. These pools are on the same position where both the north and south WTC tower once stood. Each pool is a 5 meter deep pit where water cascades down each side ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility