The Madison Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... park ... Lady was power walking around. Then ventured up to the Flatron building. Not a triangle??? Please explain. Walk ended at Eataly for lunch and home on the subway for serious nanna nap. Great Bruschetta and stuffed Zucchinis for lunch! Roof top bar The Refinery was with AWNY and was amazing night with views of the Empire State Building. Met some great aussies living and working in new ...
... We also stepped inside to look at St Patrick's Cathedral. Stunning interior currently under going restoration. http://www.saintpatrickscathedral.org/a bout_restore.php A choir was having a practice when we entered and their voices were beautiful - we had to sit and listen for a while. The other very important thing a girl HAS to do in New York is visit Tiffany's. WOW Dinner tonight is at a tiny Pizza place called Capizza Pizzaria and Wine Bar ...
... unfortunately noticed the weird girl running after him and she sadly retreated. The stock exchange has a metal barrier round the entrance and has had this since 9/11. The reason is if the stock exchange was to get bombed, New York would be pretty f****d (excuse my French). I had the great idea of asking ash to take a picture of me trying the break the bars. She then decided to do the same...look out for the shot! After a bit of wandering round, I left the girls and made my way ...
... to the busy Brooklyn centre, compared to NYC this felt a lot more like a town centre on a Saturday - a couple of big department stores, a lot of phone shops, fast food and questionable discount clothing shops.
We wandered perhaps a little too long and it was with bellies really rumbling we steamed into a ‘West Didsbury’ looking café. Mistake! Again we could not agree, but ate anyway, the pancakes with extra full English seemed to suffice for Matt but Susie ...
... like Broadway shows, tv programs, clothes, travel and just about anything else you can think of that can be sold. There are thousand of yellow cabs that wind their way through the sea of eager tourists who cross the roads on red lights.
We were constantly being approached by people selling tickets to comedy shows, their opening line being "hey guys you like drinking and laughing? Then come to a comedy show tonight!" We got talking to a guy who promised ...