Marco LaGuardia Hotel by Lexington
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Another brilliant day in this city that we love. We started the day with a chilly walk in Central Park .... so beautiful in winter. None of the bustle of summer, with people sun baking, horse ridding, bike riding, running, busking.... in winter there's more solitude, it's peaceful - with the odd artist selling their work, the occasional street performer, and, if you are very lucky, a group of carol singers just around the corner. ...
... into my mind. Steel beams from where the impact took place in the side of each building, the fire truck that was smashed when the North tower collapsed, part of the antenna from the top of the tower, stairs that hundreds ran down to safety before the tower collapsed, a support beam full of tributes to dead loved ones, personal items recovered in the rubble, it was moving to be able to visit this place. Right before you leave ...
Another early start today, to make sure we made the most of our last day in New York. The rain was out in full force, so our waterproof jackets got their first proper test! We headed off first of all to Central Station. When we arrived we were both taken aback by the scale, and beauty of the place. The ornate architecture and beautiful ceiling were a real sight. We also tested out the famous Whispering Gallery (Google it!) and sure enough, from opposite ends of a ...
... to Times Square for lunch, followed by a visit to FAO Schwarz toy store, which the kids absolutely loved. We strolled down 5th avenue too, so many gorgeous shops and buildings to look at. There's just so much to see and do here in NYC! We checked into our hotel on the 31st floor, really lovely room, but so very tiny, the four of us in ...
... to check it out. Lunch more than covered us for all meals that day. Sensational Italian food.
A trip to NY wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Little Italy and China Town. Both districts were bustling with people from all cultures.