The Jewel Facing Rockefeller Center
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Tonys and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular featuring the Rockettes. The interior especially the huge "Great Stage" made to resemble a setting sun is pretty amazing. We also got to go behind the stage to met a Rockette and see some of their beautiful costumes. Back to the stage for a just a moment though, the 20.3 x 43.9m stage was considered so advanced that the US Navy incorporated identical hydraulics when constructing their World War II aircraft. ...
... they have lots of worthwhile exhibits, but there are so many people that you can’t really see everything as everyone blocks one another.
After that I walked down to Wall Street to see the New York Stock Exchange and the general Wall Street area before walking down to see the Bowling Green Bull statue. There were hordes of people swarming the statue so I couldn’t get a good photo.
By now it was nearly 4pm, so I had to start wending my way back uptown. ...
... wow! We have just spotted our first sailors. Fleet Week has begun. Fleet Week is that one week a year when the US Naval ships dock, and our fair city is made even fairer with cute, sweet, American sailors looking for fun." There were literally sailors and marines everywhere. As Rosie rightly said "hubba hubba"! That night we went out in the West Village with Gemma, Rich, Rosie and Nick. We started off in Blind Tiger. I cannot explain how ...
Unbelieveable but this was my last weekend here in NYC, because the next one I'm going to drive to DC and at the beginning of the ensuing one I'll already have left to Boston. Sooo...got kind of leisure sighseeing-stress ;) However, I spent the last two days walking through Manhattan and Staten Island. By the way this was my third time I took a stroll through the Central Park and every time I discovered something new. I LIKE
... We had some time to kill before we needed to leave for the Bronx, so we stepped into Niagra which boasted a 2-for-1 special on craft beer. Rufio and I added more local brews to our repertoire as the three of us happily chatted with an interracial gay couple who were also admiring some bizarre artwork displayed across the street from the bar. Apparently while we gabbed about everything from pop culture to regional societal norms, Chelsea Handler sauntered down the ...