The James New York
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- Swimming pool
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The James Hotel in NYC was amazing! My favorite part was there was a glass wall with a blind that lowered at the press of a button separating the bathroom from the rest of the hotel room. My mom was freaked out at first because she didn't see the blind. I ordered in a grill cheese and the cheese was 4 inches thick! I remember that we went to FAO Schwartz and I got to play on the piano.
... was also waiting for the Yankees song but I had to remind him that he wasn’t in London and that they probably don’t have one. The game ended up being an exciting one, it became tied 3 all in the 9th inning and with bases loaded at the bottom on the 9th Prado hit a base hit to bring in the winning run for the Yankees. Dan later tells us that if that hadn’t happened they would have played extra innings until someone scored. Phew, we could have ...
... of the afternoon at MoMA, which was amazing. I have to say, it was worth it just to see Van Goh's starry night and Monet's water lilies. It was pretty busy as they were unpacking a new exhibition, which was quite cool as we had only just been discussing how art is transported around the world and then we saw all the crates! We eventually made our way to Times Square after getting a bit turned around. Unfortunately there was a lot of construction going on but it was ...
... cosy. Old fashion who threat everyone in the same way, does not matter their attitude. You can see the regulars.... We decided to head to Times Square after the club. Patrick came with us and offered us to be our guide. So cool from him. Impressive, more than daytime. So much light, so bad for the environment!!! He explained us that there is always woks on that avenue because of these light. He showed us also a place on the underground which make a sound ...
... continue to be tourists as well and so here are the main things we have done since our last update.
We visited the Discovery Museum to see Nathan Sawaya's Lego exhibition "Art of the Brick".
Sawaya makes all of his artwork ...