The Sherry-Netherland Hotel
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... Americans culture and to get them settled here, especially after so much air travel it would be nice to have a bit slower paced day so they could ease there way into this adventure.
At around 6:00pm I ventured to find a restaurant for dinner. I found a little Italian restaurant that was on the corner on one of the streets but it was not busy or very popular. I don't know why, because the food was high quality and it was not ...
Mike is the generous guy who allowed the 7 Italians to crash at his place. He invited us around for a bit of a gathering with a few friends. He had even put on a keg, making this our first kegger party. Beer pong was only customary.
We told the boys we’d head down to Union Square to see them play the next day. To our ...
... Friday is busy!
We wonder what we should do? ( 7 hours in NYC) It's easy to guess what my mum would like to do, SHOPPING !
First stop, we headed towards Times Squares, we have been here a year gone in winter. Quick photo ops, our tummy needs refueling, found a pizzeria .
One thing America seem to have great Italian restaurant.
After a very large pizza and pasta lunch, we voted to go on a cruise on the Hudson river.
This where our eventful ...
... in the next cab without telling him what your destination is. They have to take you. It's their damn job." What the heck do I know about catching a cab in the big apple? I'm spoiled with good ol' Rodney (a cab driver in Pitt we've known now for nearly a decade) being there in a jiffy and driving me off into the sunset! So on to the next one and I did. Only trouble was when I got in this cab I forgot to grab my snack bag that Kate ...
... Behind, a charming older style bathroom and beyond that a large bedroom with door leading out to a walled courtyard under green leafy trees. Walk-in dressing room/robe off the bedroom. All furnished in a stylish and yet funky way, the 'host' Dennis, a lovely almost 60 yr old who looks 45 and was the first white guy to move into Harlem some 15yrs ago. We already wish we were here for longer than our 3 days!After ...