Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel And Conference Center
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... exposed pipes and timber and glass. Great shops - a mix of delis, food stores and homewares. We bought some things for lunch and headed up to the high line, a newly created park on the elevated but disused section of train line. It was great, with good views of the Hudson River and Chelsea area of the city. We walked almost its full length. It had art work all along it. We then walked to the subway through the streets of Chelsea and headed back up ...
As our ticket was only valid for two days, today started with another adventure of the hop on/hop off bus tour, going downtown. After taking a tour through Wall Street and the World Trade Centre areas we decided to hop off and have a look around Central Park West. The park is massive and is so different to the crazy life in downtown Manhattan. After a quick walk ...
Ryan and I started the day down in the meat packing district in search of a pair of boots for Rachael. I found a pair similar to what she wanted, but I didn't know for sure and due to the time difference it was the middle of the night in Australia, and I obviously couldn't get onto her to check they were ok, so I left them. We continued over to the High Line which is an old elevated railway line converted to a walkway, running along the west coast from SoHo (not far from SoHo ...
Pretty much my last day in New York...7 degrees and wearing shorts...now normally that would be by choice but today it was for practicality. It was freezing...but not legs...legs don't get cold from ankles to knees...but my hands were freezing. And my eyes...I have pretty much cried every time I have been outside due to the wind...so emotional these days. Good day today though...the first few hours were spent exploring the High ...
... the Chelsea Piers which was the destination for the RMS Titanic before it struck the iceberg and sank on that fateful night, 15 April, 1912. Now it is the home to a multi sports venue including a driving range, TV and film production and marina. On the New Jersey side we saw the Colgate Clock, 50 feet in diameter, from the Colgate-Palmolive factory and the tallest building - Goldman Sachs Tower. On ...