West 57th Street By Hilton Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be a typical tourist and said I didn't know and didn't have money. The kids were also excited to see Toys'r'us and M&Ms world- so much to see! We headed straight to the Olive Garden- one of Marc's faves- and enjoyed a big dinner of pasta and american food. Easy to know you are in America with the size of the servings of food and the french fries and soft drink served with everything!
Today we found Hillsong NYC and started lining up ...
... face, I knew I’d love this place the second I arrived.
10th October ………. my birthday. 48 & I feel old. Don’t really believe how it’s all gone so quickly but equally know it’s just a number & I have so much more left to do. Up early & across town for our 3hour walking tour with a private photographer who shows us some of the best hidden gems (with stories) in the city while taking our photo every ...
... choose a day to visit the island, I couldn't have picked a better day. This is the first day since I arrived in NYC that there has been blue sky. It's been warm ever since I arrived, but it's always looked grey. When I sat down to look at the statue, I got thinking (I know dangerous!) what is freedom and liberty? What does being free mean to me. What does justice mean to me. To me freedom is being able to live my life the way I chose fit, to be who I want to ...
... we have free drinks and snacks. We caught the subway to a Yankees game of baseball and when we got half way through the game Dad and I went to the shop but it started to thunderstorm, it was pouring rain and all the seats were wet and when we got back the people were hiding behind the seats. During the storm many people in white rushed out rolling a massive sheet of foil on the pitch and the sheet flooded with water and they couldn't move it and then after having people falling ...
... to the street. Some stations have elevators for those who need them, but I always take the stairs. I ignored this detail of the instructions. More on that later. Being uninterested in the menu selection of the cafe at the museum, I decided to stop at Bouchon Bakery at Columbus Circle for a late breakfast. I had to transfer to a different train there and this place was on my list to try because they are supposed to have excellent marcarons. I had ...