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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... over the years, a history of musical instruments, an arms display, showing guns/weapons through the years and some Faberge eggs, just to name a very few of the exhibits.
While the entry price (or donation) for the museum was reasonable being $25.00, lunch was a bit crazy, costing us $10.50 for a simple sandwich, but all part of the experience.
An interesting day.
... Garden Inn. The terrace with 2 sun lounges was a good idea. It's -1 Celsius. Don't think the terrace will get much of a workout. I knew the hotel rooms in New York are small but as we had a garden terrace room I was expecting something a bit larger than what we got. At least there's room to swing a cat and two cats on the terrace if I can find a cat, though from what we've seen so far it will have to be a small dog. America seems to be country of large people and ...
... the wrong way. Oops. We head over one street and make it to Central Park without injury. It is much easier to navigate in Central Park and we head off to explore. There are people everywhere in the park, riding bicycles, jogging, playing sports, taking horse and carriage rides and even a few people painting, and squirrels, lots of squirrels. We find the ice skating rink, and decide we will come back tomorrow ...
Yesterday was a bit of a blur as I woke up feeling very poorly. After breakfast we made tracks to Macy's the huge department store about 10 blocks away. After a couple of hours there I pulled the pin, left the others and hot footed it back to the hotel room and went to bed for the afternoon. Marg came back with a Hot Cocoa and carrot cake about 4 o'clock and we chatted until time to get ready for the farewell dinner. I went down to the lobby but new I ...
... are so many people here all of the time. The City ignores you and just moves on ceaselessly.
Getting tired we took a cab to Ground Zero. On arrival we found ourselves incredibly moved, the sheer scale of it hits home and becomes real. Its no longer just images on the TV several thousand miles away. Afterwards we found a watering hole for a soda, a rest and some more shoe shopping. Then we took a long Subway ride back ...