Duane Street Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Dinner was finally served at 9.30pm. The appetiser was carrot, corn, and raisins with honey mustard, listed as a 'salad'. It tasted peculiar. Then I'd ordered Fusili pasta with tomato sauce, orzo, black olives capers, and parmesan cheese. Fusili are corkscrew-shaped pasta, and orzo is a rice-shaped pasta made from barley - I didn't know that either, till I just looked it up.
We were also served some ice cream in a tub.
I worked on ...
... Lion King was an all round amazing experience that I will never forget.
For me however, Bella outdid herself on the train. She commandeered that subway like she designed it herself. It was a highlight for me, after 7 days of directing them off F lines and onto B lines and jumping across platforms half way through an excursion she knew that the first thing to do on arrival at the Station was to check your map, map out a plan and execute it ...
... and she helped us get an attendent who said no
problem you 3 go to the check out and I will excourt your dauther thru.
He took Kina straight to the front of the line and helped here thru.
Our luggage was waiting for us but the line for Taxi's was another hour
so we waited and grabbed a large van for all our luggage and headed for
Manhattan...the traffic was crazy as it was raining and Saturday
night...our taxi driver did some ...
... of the building. This year the 90 second show included 3D elements that you could see through 3D glasses. We were lucky that some people stood next to us lent us their glasses. After battling the huge crowds we returned to the flat and decided to take the weight off and indulged in some episodes of House (a medical drama series starring Hugh Laurie).
On Saturday Dad and I headed off to go clothes and ...
... in), interestingly the Central Park Zoo is the subject of a song by Simon and Garfunkel (aptly named “At the Zoo”). Dinner that night consisted of sushi in the flat. Juliet and Rach being big Yo-Sushi fans loved it. In order to keep our two visitors awake we decided to sample a few cocktails on the rooftop of Ink 48. The views that night were fantastic, as usual, and we were sat looking over the bright lights of the big city. ...