The NoMad Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... approached. When we got off it was much bigger than it looks from far away. Very pretty and got some great photos. We walked around the island and had a look in the shops. After around an hour, we boarded the ferry back. We could also get off at Ellis Island if we wanted too but we decided to go straight back to New York as we were getting hungry and there wasn't much on the island.
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... the way over. Then we took a trip to Chinatown ...mostly tee shirt shops and tourist tat but also lots of restaurants with roast duck, red cooked pork and ribs hanging in the windows!Having planned to see some architecture we set off to visit the Empire State Building. How refreshing to have clear views from the viewing platform at the top of a tall building! Next stop ...photos of the Chrysler building, the UN building (outside only) then that Marilyn ...
... strategies for resilience. Lessons are delivered with the aim of developing specific skills in this area and the students are given feedback on "character" which forms an important part of the way they report to parents. Unfortunately due to the timing of our visit I didn't get enough time to fully explore the details about how the Grit programme is delivered but it is something I will follow-up on as there are obviously clear links between this and what we are endeavouring ...
... elevator at the entrance which you think is the elevator up to the top but you would be wrong. I was distracted by the fabulous crystal chandelier so I was occupied a bit in that line but then I noticed a lot of people up a few flights and then realized that is where the line was continuing. We went up the elevator 3 floors and waited in another line and then had to go through security screening which was worse than the airport and then waited in ...