Wyndham Garden Chinatown
Travel Blogs from New York City
... to make sure you understand. Some of these sellers just need to realise when to shutup. Equipped with our bikes, helmets etc we headed off into the park. The first road was the basic road that circumnavigates the entire park with seperate bike lanes making it very easy to see all the park has to offer. Off we went rolling through tree lined paths admiring the shadows, flowers and gazing up as much as possible at the Upper East Side that was poking out above the treeline. ...
... State Building. This iconic building has wonderful 360 degree views of the Manhattan skyline and beyond. It was so lovely today with mild sunny weather and a light breeze once we reached the 86th floor observatory. As we looked over the Hudson River we watched as the NCL Norwegian Gem cruise ship departed. After seeing the night skyline from the observatory at the Rockefeller Centre it was good to get ...
... attention. It was busy on the road, but that didn't stop our driver going as fast as he could, weaving from lane to lane, beeping as he went, to either let someone know he was coming up the side, or to chastise someone else for doing the same thing. We arrived in about 5 minutes and then he zoomed on to his next fare.
We got to Jess's apartment at midday and left our bags there while the apartment was being cleaned as a result ...
... our massive and comfy bed.
The next morning it was raining... but we were determined! Next door we went again, this time to purchase a new umbrella for Cam, and a quick stock at Pret (I have missed pret sooo much, but it is sooooo much better in the UK!). In the rain, we trudged to the coolest technologiclal store in Chelsea run by a jewish familiy. Wow! what a place! They had everything you could ever want, at cheap, cheap, cheap prices... and to top it off, all ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center