Wyndham Garden Chinatown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 50 for both and the little lady drops her price quite quickly and shortly after she agrees to the $50 and shoves the bags into a black bag and we are ushered back upstairs. Jem is ecstatic with her purchases and now for the grand kiddies. We bargain down a Disney princesses watch from $11 to $5 and a frog toy for MJ from $12 to $5. Jem is so happy that Hinesh is with her to barter down her prices and we head home to chill out.
After chilling out and freshening up we head out ...
... it, which was pretty much the highlight of my day (after ShakeShack!). I didn't hop on him this time though... The following day was super exciting...Zoey and Dave arrived in NYC! We met them at their hotel in Times Sq and it was so good to see them and the kids after 4 weeks. Luckily Zoey had a great itinerary planned out so I took a back seat and didn't plan anything :D Our first stop was ToysRUs as the store is so big that they have a Ferris wheel ride in the centre. ...
... like. Mum and Dad promised us that when we are bigger, we will return and rent a row boat at the Boathouse. Jackson really wants to sail a model boat!
After feasting on our New York bagels with 'the lot', Jackson played with a local New Yorker in one playground. An extremely well dressed (dress jacket, dress, tights and polished shoes) two year old girl kindly shared her classic tin toys in the ...
... the subway railway informed me that the Astoria line was moved upstairs for now. Angry I was when I took it. I returned home, lucky I was when Monica let me in ( it was raining a lot!!! I did not want to stay outside and wait for Dav). I knew that he was going to get his massage. I ask Monica about a nice waxing salon. She called someone and I had my appointment made in an hour. GREAT TO BE RECOMMENDED FOR THESE SERVICES!!! ...
On the island up one end is a memorial to President Franklin Roosevelt. There are also spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline across the river. We walked around most of the island but there wasn't too much else to see or ...