The Roslyn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nonsense and pointong out the different noises, oh and snack, an awful lot of snacking.
Preparation proved key, I’d read all the usual blog posts about packing new toys and books and not getting a different one out until he was finished with whatever he was currently playing with. However it wasn’t what was in my bag that gave me the reserves I needed to make it through the airport, flight, a long border queue and an even longer taxi queue. I’d already given up ...
... out all of Brazil.
With the majority of our errands done we spent the rest of the day seeing the sights. We first got some bagels and schmear (because they are non existent in Central and South America). With full stomachs we set out and saw the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Statue of Liberty, and the World Trade Center Memorial. Although we wanted to see more we had a flight to Madrid to catch and sleep deprivation was starting to take affect on all of us. ...
The end of HARLEM WEEK CELEBRATION
was celebrated at the renown Russian Tea Room
The Iconic New York restaurant
For more than eighty years, New York's defining cultural moments have taken place
at The Russian Tea Room.
Since being founded by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1927, The Russian
Tea Room has been a second home for ...
... spare rib each for dinner with Ernie and Jean Powell. Traveling to Dobbs Ferry to Babe' parents home, by taking train number 7 to Grand Central Station (42 Street) then take Metro-North Rail to Dobbs Ferry. Ernie picked us up at rail ystation. We have a great time with Babe's family including Patricia & Russell, ...
... with a wonderful lobby, but their rooms are a little icky and the beds aren't exactly what you'd call comfortable. Also the TV doesn't work :P.
After checking in, we went and found lunch. We just went to the first place we saw, a place called Lindy's that was right next to the hotel. A little tip, avoid this place like the plague. The service was pretty cruddy, plus there was a hair in my food (I complained and ...