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... came they have such a wide selection to see. The play went for a good 2 hours and 30 minutes. So by the time I got out it was 3:00pm and I thought I might as well check out Times Square as it was only 100 metres down the road.
Times Square was huge, way bigger than I had expected and the lights were just mental. It was like I was back home in the night club Platinum, the lights were everywhere. ...
... to be. We caught the train into The City arriving at 1.30 at Penn Station. With the hotel still far from sight a yellow cab was agreed the best option. After a twenty minute ride we pulled up outside the Marriott. Many heads turned as we stepped inside the building. Rucksacks in a Marriott is unheard of! After a speedy check in we caught the lift up to the eleventh floor, happy to be freed from the weight of our bags. Wasting ...
... Jenny and she looked very please with the show. I can now say that I have a daughter who debuted in Carngie hall.
Had dinner with some o the parents at an italian restaurant. can't say that the food was good (it should be for the prices we all paid), but the ambience was authentic and quiet.
Now back in hotel to wind down. the girls want to go shopping tomorrow, but I am going to have a ...
... found it. We did find a lovely spot where you can see the Bethesda fountain across the lake and there was a whole family of turtles there. The ramble also boasts fabulous bird sightings. I can see why it’s a fave among birders.
We made our way out the other side eventually somehow and down by the boathouse then out along the east side of the park down to the south. We stopped and had ice cream at a vendor along the way and passed through ...
... the tallest in NYC, now that they have built the new World Trade Tower, it is still an iconic edifice and coming up here was a dream come true.
From the ESB we took the Subway to the Financial District. Wall Street was a bit of a disappointment: a) the streets are not paved with gold and b) there is a lot of building work going on so it’s a mess. Lots of security measures around many of the banks and the ...
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