Holiday Inn Express Lynbrook
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Since we arrived a few days before everyone else, it was a good opportunity for us to get all the touristy stuff out of the way so we could spend the rest of the time with our friends from Australia.
The day started early making our way downtown to the free ferry that goes across to Staten Island. The weather was cold but the sun was popping it's head out every so often so it seemed like a good day to do this trip. We got to see the statue of ...
... still holding his (bloody expensive $12) beer though. so couldn't dive in and get it - he was shattered. Anyway, the next highlight was the celebrity row; there were a few smaller name celebs like Ed Burns and Kevin Bacon (I can't remember the others - I didn't know them), but once they announced that Tom Hanks was there, the crowd spent the rest of the time shouting out for him instead of the game. Lucky they didn't announce Tom was present until nearing the end of the ...
... s left to say is bye bye New York, thanks for the best year ever and see you all when we touch down back in the UK from Costa Rica on 14 January.
As a farewell to NYC we have decided to do some Top 5’s for 2014:
Highlights of 2014:
- Thomas asking me to marry him on 2nd October in Central Park and then flying home to surprise both our families.
- Having the opportunity to live in another city and embrace the ...
... nice and had plenty of personality.
After dinner, everyone was worn out, so we returned to our cabin to relax. Because we're travel agents, we had some extra specials gifts waiting for us. Sparkling wine in an ice bucket, Godiva chocolates and some extra onboard credit to enjoy a specialty restaurant. Don was able to get the whole group $50 on board credit, a bottle of wine and dinner for two at their specialty Italian restaurant. ...
... ground and look up at, and lonely George! We barely scratched the surface, but thoroughly enjoyed a few hours there. Our next stop, and sadly I have to say one of the things I was looking forward to the most in New York, was a trip to Katz's Deli (of Harry met Sally and Man v Food fame). I had the Reuben with extra pastrami, and Dev had a hot dog. Blown away. One of the best things I've ever eaten, and the atmosphere was fantastic. Worth a trip to New York just for ...