BEST WESTERN Hazlet Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a hot shower and another attempt at United Airlines to recover Emma's missing bag......finally connected with United and hopefully we will have Emma,s bag back by Monday before we leave for San Francisco on Tuesday. 11.2kms today and temperature upon return to hotel was -3 (-9.9) The plan tomorrow is to get up early and get started on our touring by 08:30 so we make the most of the last day on the bus pass. Good night from the "Rudkin Travelling Forest 2087 Billies" from Times ...
... Christmas in with a few drinks. Back to the Rum House, where we met two Harvard students... The conversation was a little intense so we managed to politely leave and headed to the Three Monkeys which was conveniently located across from the hotel. Here we met some whacky Auzzies and Europeans which definitely provided Christmas morning ...
... and looking at some of the displays in the museum. Wills favourite part was getting to touch a small version of the statue in the museum, you will see what I mean in the photos. We then headed back across the bay and walked the few blocks (which seemed like a marathon) to the 9/11 memorial. In a hustling and bustling city it was an overwhelming sense of calm when you arrived as everyone was being as respectful as possible. ...
... but I am eating a lot of salad! So where have I been thus far (remembering I tend to eat with my hosts here). Eatily is an enormous place that only sells Italian food and ingredients...you sit at little stations amongst the foodstuffs and get served the most exquisite Italian - from panini to meats and olives to pasta. Busy, busy, busy. Docks is around the corner from my building. Ostensibly oyster and fish...yeah, I ate salad. Very ...
... No doubt there is a much longer list and Wikipedia does a great job of explaining the rich history of Greenwich Village. Way back in the 1930s they had a Club called the Cafe Society that allowed racial mixing which was unheard of at that time elsewhere. Anyway, all of the history and culture has no doubt been the reason it is now such a melting pot of people. Interestingly though as Remy points out, the very people who made the area what it is today, the bohemian and ...