The Maritime Hotel
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... already but we were not organised.
The museum is very large and it took a while to orientate ourselves. There are a large number of people working throughout the museum who come up and offer to help you find what you want and we took advantage of this throughout the day.
As usual, we wanted to see the oldest European paintings first and found our way to the Italian renaissance work.
... experience was like stepping back to a time before enormous theme parks...it's what I imagine things were like at the beginning of the 20th Century and what I had expected (and didn't find) when we went to Atlantic City a few years back.
On the way back to Times Square, I stopped off at Battery Park on the southernmost tip of Manhattan. This is home to the Staten Island Ferry (dear to my heart because this is where Richard dropped ...
... were polite and helpful. I got lost in the size of the hotel. I am in the west wing in corridor 2, floor 12, room 215. There are 4 wings, some with 20 floors and 8 corridors. OMG this place is huge. I went for a walk and took some pics. You cannot walk anywhere without being approached for money. In a 1km stroll I was approached 9 times. So much so – I cut my walk ...
... north towards our stop for the night in Milford, Connecticut. The roads in New York are awful, no one bats an eye at undertaking and the speed limits are apparently the very minimum you should be travelling. However, it's currently 10pm and its twenty two degrees, and we had the most beautiful view of the Manhattan skyline as we hit the interstate. We have a busy day heading up towards Maine tomorrow, and we can't bloody wait! As Laura said - "America is a bit awful, but I love it!" Deej ...
... 160;I guess they fill up quickly on holidays so we'll have to wait and see if we can even get in today. After that, we'll check out St. Patrick's Cathedral - one of the oldest and most famous churches in New York. Pepere (French term for grandfather, in this case its Anne's dad) wants to take Daphne shopping at FAO Schwartz on Fifth Avenue and Anne to Tiffani's. As long as its his ...