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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I thought that we may be jinxed! Luckily, the rain cleared up that evening and we've had amazing weather every day.
After getting soaked on the way to our hotel, we arrived at the Sofitel in W 44th St. Our first surprise was to be informed that we had a room upgrade. We now had a three room suite on the 27th floor with beautiful views of the Chrysler and Empire State buildings. When we arrived in our room, there was the most beautiful vase of red ...
After a slow start, we decided to go up to Broadway to see if we could find a matinee. We found the Walter Kerr Theatre was showing "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder". Having bought the tickets we had a quick bite to eat across the street at Hurley’s Saloon. The musical was a melodrama and we enjoyed ...
... my system in 30+ degrees it was nice to shower and change in a spacious double room. This was soon to be shared with another trekkie Luke. Approximately 4.30pm Michelle one my other trek buddies messaged to say she had arrived and did we want venture out into New York City. We met in the hotel lobby, after a few nervous but excited exchanges we grabbed the ...
... on the quay. We boarded close to 7:30pm and then cruised out to Battery Park and then out to the Statue of Liberty where they stop the boat for a few minutes and float so that each side gets a view of the statue. Finally we made our way back and traveled a little way up the East River under the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges before heading back to the dock. The cruise was only an hour so you then have the rest of the evening to walk around or do something else.I then walked up ...
... to a delicious dinner. Courtesy of Abbie's aunt and uncle (this being their second mention in the blog!!) we went to Bubba Gumps Shrimp Co. Both of us indulged to the point where we thought we would explode, only to realise everyone else in the restaurant had comfortably eaten more that us and were contemplating pudding. We decided that one last stroll through Central Park was in order after eating what seemed like double our body weight in burger, garlic bread ...