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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Since our walk down 47th Street, I have discovered that there are 4000 jewellers and wholesalers in that area. I have read of the area being a 'huge shark tank' and not the ideal place to make a jewellery purchase !
On Times Square is a big souvenir shop by the name of Grand Slam. It was really good for gifts.
We caught a cab back to the bus stop, but it was so slow we just missed the bus! the thick traffic in Manhattan does not make taxi travel ...
On this final day of the trip, the first event was a cruise around the island of Manhattan. I though it was such a neat thing to pass apartments owned by Hugh Jackman and to see helicopters taking off for tours. I had a great time experiencing a beautiful city from the water. We departed from the boat and started to make our way down Wall Street. We saw the site where George Washington was inaugurated as the first president. We continued down ...
Gosh, I never knew a boat could be so windy. What boat? Well the boat we went on to go to see the Statue of Liberty. She is one tall lady. We took a couple hundred photos, then went to Ellis Island. We went to the immigration museum. An audio explained to us how the immigrants got to America, got themselves stuck with a tough inspection, and faced the fear of being sent back. I felt sorry for ...
... should know better, but it’s one of those things that’s there and I want to see
it out of curiosity. I say I should know better because very avant-garde
contemporary art is generally not my thing. To be honest, I found the
people-watching more interesting than the art itself, the building full or
pretentious, stylish, artsy types oohing and aahing over a fairly minimal
number of weird pieces in the ...
... Mine was maple juice and Mardi's cranberry flavoured. Yum.
We then moved into the hot dishes. Fish and a seafood dish followed by our duck. Each dish perfectly plated and a piece of art on the plate. Each dish was presented differently and sauce was made in front of us or added at the table.
We then moved into desserts. Baked Alaska, pretzels, cheese, cookies and chocolate. All delicious and all exquisitely made.