Wyndham Hamilton Park Hotel And Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... lobster and sea bass.....why not, when in New York. Alas, no gigantic diamond from Tiffanys. Violated Rule #47 by not joining the enormous queue for Cronuts at a Gramercy bakery. Got ready for what seems like an enormous hike to London. 3:30 pickup for a 9:00 flight, easy. Nope, only had a 1/2 hr spare at the end. It took 5 hours from hotel to gate! Week one of Le Grand Tour completed.......not sure we can maintain this pace. Car conversation. New York is not a car ...
... Own the first time could it?
No - luckily for us it wasn't.
The hotel was lovely and when we opened the door to our room, we both started laughing. It was tiny. No really teeny tiny. Imagine a sleeper cabin on a train. It was the width of a single bunk bed and the door. That was it. bunk beds on one side and no room to stand with our luggage together on the other. One of us had to climb on the bed if the other one wanted to go out the door. It was ...
... place for cooked breakfast that did amazing poached eggs and toast for a good price. On our way back to the hotel we saw lots of people making their way to 5th Avenue in costume and lots of floats ready for a parade. Today is National Puerto Rico Day in New York. This parade attracts about a million people each year. As you can imagine once the parade got going there was lots of noise. We decided to try the subway and made our way down to ...
... hour and a half wait. Coffee at Starbucks and some retail therapy for Grandma and Cathy at Forever 21, passed the time. Although it was too cold to sit on top of the bus, we really felt that this tour was value for money. The tour finished at Times Square and it was a very tired trio who embarked on the 30 min walk home. We were too tired to go to great lengths for dinner, so had soup in the cafe next to the hotel before crashing into our beds. This was a great sightseeing ...
... with delicious food. We had seen queues at night, but after Wicked, they had a queue of about 100!! So, with no queue at lunch, we indulged, Fantastic.
Off for a quick trip to the Flatiron Building on 22nd Street for a look, then Macy's for the crazy sales, past the Empire State building - did not go in, really long queue and a last look at the Chrysler Building before a last dinner at our local Deli.