The Andrew Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to view some of the Masters - Van Gogh, Cezanne, Renoir, Degas and Monet to name just a few. Again, an incredible experience. We stayed about and a half hours, and could have stayed the full day, but the glimpses of the park beckoned us in. We took an entry into the park just South of the Met. The park is just beautiful. What I imagined, but much more. Greener, more paths and walkways, bigger lakes and ponds, larger open spaces upon which people were picnicking, kicking ...
... once an elevated train track and has now been restored as a gardened walkway. New York gardens are just coming to life and there are trees full of blossom and beds of tulips, blue bells and all types of bulbs. Very pretty. In the afternoon we visited the Museum Of Modern Art, it's free admission on Friday afternoon. So glad about that, absolutely waisted on me. I ...
Temperature going up to 7 degrees c today so I was tempted to pull out the stubbies and thongs but thought better of it. Just as well, I think it got to about 4 degrees then plummeted to zero again, but no rain, sleet, snow or hail. The must do thing on my list is breakfast at Jerry Seinfeld's diner ( the one from my favourite ever TV show) It's really called Tom's Restaurant. It's at 112th St. on Broadway and we're at 54th St so too far to walk. ...
With our quick stop in Philly done it was time to move on ... Were going to New York!! Cheapest transport was the greyhound....for some reason they make you get there an hour early as some buses you aren't guaranteed a seat, but they also out you on express services in which you are and don't tell you... Luckily we were on an express, but unluckily didn't really need to be there that early ! A girl t waiting next to me did provide some ...
Our final day on the cruise was spent at Newport Rhode Island. A well heeled resort city renowned for its Gilded Age mansions and for being the "Yachting Capital of the World". We went on a guided tour along Ocean Drive that offers fantastic views of the coastline and hundreds of grand homes of the rich and famous along Bellevue avenue. A number of the grandest homes have been purchased by the Historical Society and these have been opened to the general public. We visited ...