The Hotel at Times Square
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We were spreading our self too thin on this trip as we only have 2 days before going back to San Jose. We couldn't decide what to do or visit first especially with the unforgiving weather so it was a relief that HOHO bus are dotted around the key points of the city. With limited time in hand we avail the HOHO bus in a snap.
Imagine how teeming …
What a marvelous evening. I've always dreamed of seeing a performance in the Metropolitan Opera house, and it was better than I had even imagined. What a joy to tick that one off my bucket list.
I hiked up to the subway and stood sweating on the platform (it must have been 90 degrees) waiting for the train. Which was jammed when it arrived …
Every trip has to be paid for. Today, I paid. First, I woke up at 3:30 a.m.. When it was time to leave for the airport, my husband was so sleepy that I had to drive myself. Then Delta charged me $25 to check the first (and only) bag. I thought my frequent flyer status got me out of that requirement. But no, I had to have lotso miles or a certain …
Well where do I start. How quickly 4 days go!!
So we did a 48 hour tour bus thing which covered as many times on the 3 day trips and 1 night trip as we wanted. IN between we ate, caught lots of sights, went up Rockafeller centre tower - easier and quicker than Empire state! We have had a great time.
We are 2 blocks from Times Square (Okay …
... and took some ridiculous tourist shots. And finished off with the New York institution which is the Papaya Dog hot dog. I was completely committed to scoffing at this culinary delight as the over processed meat by product in a tube held in a sugar sweet melting bakery confection of a bun slathered in every condiment the Americans can imagine (these people are not short on creativity).....but damn it that Dog was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center