West 57th Street By Hilton Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Avenue Q, we went to Starbucks for a little caffeine pick me up. We also decided to walk around some of the Times Square stores like Disney and Toys R Us, just for a well rounded experience. We walked over to the New World Stages, a little more out of the way as it is an off-Broadway theater. In this one building they have four stages, all underground. A very interesting set up. The show is so funny, done with puppets as well as people. A very inappropriate show, I was laughing ...
... in and off we went. Our ride was crazy! In, out, crossing in front of cars, going down the wrong side of double lines and taking up the middle of two lanes! 2 + hours later we get to our hotel! Good thing it was a flat rate! On arrival at the Premier Hotel a sign at the desk directed us to the hotel's partner hotel a few doors down to check in so off we tromp with our luggage! All was good we checked in, tromped back to our hotel and found our ...
... nice(ish) looking $20 ones which would do the trick, and were pretty please we could stop our search after one shop.
We then took the subway back up to 5th Avenue so Jess could finish grabbing a few presents before we left New York. By this stage we were pretty tired, so took the subway for the last time back to our hotel. Just to prove that I've memorised the stations on our Red ...
... Much to dad's delight we got to walk past thousands of people who all would have had to que at least 4 hours. Probably longer. The view from the top was amazing. It was so beautiful to see the whole of new york lit up at night! So excited for ...
... and rode along the river, through Pier 54 - the arrival point of the Titanic survivors, past a 5 storey golfing range, through the financial district - such beautiful gardens and open areas. We stopped for an ice cream about half way, travelled along the edges of Tribeca and China Town, under bridges and over Manhattan Bridge to Brooklyn and back over Brooklyn Bridge to return to Hell's Kitchen. We ...