West 57th Street By Hilton Club
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After avery long coach journey from Boston to New York, took over 5 hours to travel 200 miles! Traffic was horrendous. had a fairly hairy mcclairy transfer to hotel....negotiating the underground with 2 hefty suitcases. Still, very close to everything & comfy.
After sitting for so long, we walked a couple of blocks up to Central Park, …
... lot attendant that it
didn't make sense to get our cars out just to put them in or worse for
them drive them up to the next garage. The guy didn't like it much but
in the end he relinquished the argument. After a great hotel breakfast
we split up. The Linderer's headed to the shuttle to get to times
square and catch the subway North to the Bronx Zoo. The McGusty's were
... I decided to hang around, even though I could see very little with seven rows of people in front of me. Zachary Levi was the last one to emerge, to the loudest cheers and clapping, and I could actually see him over the crowd, hardly surprising as it turns out he's 6 "3! He started signing autographs, and kept going, long after his fellow cast members had left. More than 20 minutes later he was still there, joking around and chatting away with people, and I realized he wasn't going to ...
... After dropping our bikes back we returned to Broadway to try our luck in the lottery for ‘The Book of Mormon’ tickets (we tried for these most days and we never lucky enough to get them). We then headed uptown and went for a night stroll in Central Park, before a late night trip to the Top of the Rockefeller Centre. It was incredible to see the whole city laid out in front of you at night like that.
Wednesday: A Day from the Movies.
To avoid ...
... is a shortening of its geographical place in Lower Manhattan (South of Houston street). It's a beautiful district with cobbled streets where big name designers along with independent outlets have opened boutiques making it one of the cities prime shopping spots alongside its many independent galleries and artist spaces, lofts and studios where you can watch the artists at work. The areas cast iron district is preserved and boasts the worlds largest area of cast iron ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center