The Roslyn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we decided to head to the Guggenheim Museum. We didn't get here last time so were looking forward to seeing it this time. Our excitement was rather short-lived as when we got there we found out over half of it was closed while a new exhibition was installed. We still got to see the Masters which was great, a sculpture exhibition by Chinese artist, Wang Jianwei and the abstract works of ...
... grill I had chicken tacos and Jake had a pulled pork burrito it was pretty cheap and the food was good, as you can tell we love our Mexican food. We then went back to our room around 4 feeling exhausted there is a three hour time difference from New York to here and we had been up since 5am , when back in our room we had a nock on the door and all the staff had signed a card and given us a bottle of champagne for our honeymoon. Love it here Katie & ...
We headed out reasonably early for a walk around Central Park. We hadn't visited this trip yet, so we're keen to see the change of season. Last time we visited the park was in full autumn colour, but this time, the cold of winter had set in and she was looking a little second hand. Most of the leaves had fallen and the bare branches of the trees made an interesting over head canopy with the skyscrapers in the background.
We walked from 59th on the ...
... was busy. Sat on a bench out in the street to have our rolls. It was under the High Line which is an old elevated train line which has been turned into an open urban green space. The saving of spaces like this and Grand Central Terminal has been the result of citizens campaigning, not forward thinking town planners. The High Line was very popular with lots of people strolling along. In parts you could see one of the old tracks with trees growing up between the sleepers. We walked ...
... bar – chicken wrap and fries but the rest of the guys are holding out for Joe’s Shanghai, apparently the best dumplings ever. I scoff down my lunch and we get a cab (cause Jem and Dan don’t walk or get the subway… I’ll change that) to Chinatown. The traffic is horrendous and we end up getting out a couple of blocks earlier and walk to Joe’s. As we get closer we see a line up. We get there around 2.30pm on a Friday and there is still a line up. ...