Days Inn Long Island/Copiague
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... just wandered through New York City! Flight with Jet Blue was without incident. We left the Airport and picked up our hire car. Our trip was without incident. We had a couple of stops. One at the Georgia Tourist Centre. Another at Loves, which is a road house where we picked up breakfast. We then drove to the Doubletree Hilton where we are staying before our drive to Atlanta. The hotel is great and it is where we are staying when we go to Disneyland so very happy. ...
Bad night as Paul's eye was seriously sore, we are worried. Went to the local medical centre and he has a scratch on his cornea, he is on the mend. Paul went to the Intrepid Museum which he really enjoyed. Kate and I went shopping. First up Century 21 - sports pants, Nikes for me, sports pants for Kate and a wallet for Paul. Next down to ...
... lane where I stayed last time I was here 3 years ago! Was very strange seeing it. The place I wanted to take us for breakfast wasn't there like last time so we headed to a place called rue 57. It looked very posh but sod it when in New York! I had scrambled eggs with tomato was amazing!!! Felt so good to have eggs again as breakfast on contiki hadn't been to fab! We then went over to Central Park on the hunt for a tandem bike for me ...
... out to be great and the play was a good laugh. It was written by Larry David the creator of Seinfeld and so had that sort of vibe about it. Alexander played a character not unlike George Costanza, so it had a familiar, yet different feel to it. We enjoyed it. We then entered the mad crowd at Times Square again and found a great little spot for dinner - TSQ Brasserie on the corner of 7th and 48th. Times Square is simply mental :- the crowds are huge and the streets are just full ...
... you. They also give commentary with guide son each bus. They are open top double deckers so you get a good view. I didn't finish the tours till after7 so by the time I had dinner it was close to bed time. I did watch the first half hour of Andrew Chan's funeral as it was live streamed but with only about 4-5 hours sleep in the previous 60 hours, I kept drifting so decided a good nights sleep was calling. Sound sleep till 7.30 ...