La Quinta Inn & Suites Garden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... first type of Nuclear Submarine. Then a 2 1/2 hr cruise all the way around Manhattan Island. It's been a beautiful sunny day so we got some great shots of the Statue of Liberty and the City. Later we went to the broadway show "The Book of Mormon" it was good and very amusing in parts. However I wouldn't say it was as fantastic as the hype it ...
... Then a quick walk to the Booth theater for Hand to God, a play written by a Texan set in a church in Cypress,Texas. Five actors (quite a difference from the King and I production with at least 40) and the main characters puppet becomes his alter ego- the devil. Well its too hard to explain but it was wonderful, weird and riveting. Then one more show... My last minute request for Jazz at Birdland. Saw a very good trio. ...
... of Manhattan. It was very cold and dark and we were in Brooklyn so I was a bit edgy (it was fine though). The cold, the stinging fingers, the dark- didn't matter though as the view of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty in the distance, the Brooklyn Bridge - were all spectacular. Such a beautiful city full of great people. From there we decided to celebrate our last night by going to the top of the Empire State ...
First night in the Big Apple and I could use a big apple. Had a hot dog from a street vendor in Times Square (which incidentally is much smaller than I expected. . . The Square, not the hot dog) before stepping into the theater, but otherwise few calories today.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime was fun visually. High tech set was stunning. ...
Slept in till 9.20am.
When trying to turn on the water in our awful shower, I twisted so much that my hip went CLUNK and severe pain shot through my right hip. OMG I was so scared. I couldn't move. I thought my hip replacement had failed. Thank goodness Peter was there. After being in shock for several minutes, Peter helped me slowly to the bed, I nearly feinted on the way. Felt so sick. The pain was awful.
Took Ibuprofen - anti-inflamatory ...