Hilton Club New York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... Avenue, then another 14 to 46th Street to visit the Barnes and Noble Bookshop. I noticed on the Net that a lot of New York bookshops have closed down. They do have another big one – Kinokunya – but we didn’t go there. In B&N there is a Starbucks, so we had a coffee and shared cake. Then we separated to explore the shop, and there was an overwhelming choice! I bought one called "The Man who Broke into Auschwitz". ...
... things in a
way that we’ve not appreciated them before, so coming home, and implementing
our learnings both personal, spiritual and emotional as individuals and as a
couple will be part of the process, and hopefully lead to a positive outcomes
where we adjust our lives, and lifestyle to something that has balance and
adventure in it. Going back to work is a whole other conversation however, and
we’re determined to dodge that one for as long as ...
... yoga mats, reading materials, food, etc because we had a good 3-4 hour wait!!!
Logistics of 50,000+ people running...ouch. So for those 3 hours, instead of finding a spot to sit or sleep on the grass, along the fences I managed my way into a trash dumpster site without its dumpster...so lucky because its walls kept up protected. We were a community for the next few hours, sharing stories from everywhere while trying to stay warm in our huddle, Best story here were ...
... muffin to go ****
10:30am - asked for late check out - 1pm !!! score! Thanks Marriott you rock.
11:15am - did the downtown loop on the hop on hop off !
12:00pm - stopped at Little Italy for the best pizza since REAL Italy !
... long, with a shallow draught of about one metre and crewed by about 60 oarsmen.
Their keel was honed from the trunk of a hard oak tree, with planking of overlapping oak boards joined by nails and sealed with tarred wool or fur.
The single mast had a large sail made from wool or flax, whilst the bow and stern had the same shape, enabling them to make rapid changes of direction if needed!