The Andrew Hotel
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... the American Planning Association, and explore the unique shops and world-class restaurants, delis, bakeries and bars.
... to remember that.
Reading my friend's post made me nostalgic, and a little sad to not be abroad anymore. I can't say that the mundane moments of my life are set on the backdrop of a foreign city anymore. New York is wonderful, but it's familiar. It's what I grew up with. It doesn't have the same sparkle as someplace new and different. It doesn't excite me to pay bills and buy groceries and clean my apartment just because I'm here.
In my initial reaction, ...
Yang had appointment with her friend so she went off by herself, leaving me to do some necessary shopping for kitchen wear. I love to cook and unfortunately our place doesn't have enough a good knife or large bowls for things like soup, noodles or stews. So despite the very terrible wet weather, I caught the train down to Chinatown to a Chinese kitchenware store to buy a knife and some bowls. The cool thing about going down to Chinatown was the opportunity to practise ...
The first packed-like-sardines elevator dumps you out on the 80th floor where there is another exhibit (right now it's about the building of the building), and you have only 5 zigs and zags to go here for the next elevator, which takes you to the 86th floor observation deck. We bought the New York City Pass (six sites for the price of 3.5--WAY cheaper than paying one at a time. The ...
... lobby just to show we were there, the kids and Brandi were out the door looking for a soup and sandwich shop. Before leaving I asked the guy if there were any places close by that would be more kid friendly. He said “Jack Dempsey’s” across the street pulling out a 10% off card and saying they have finger foods and a nice atmosphere. Out on the street we headed to Demsey’s (guess that name is already taken) and when we arrived found this ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet