Holiday Inn Express Lynbrook
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Up early, coffeed, and packed by 9:00. Asked concierge to find brand name of the fabulous bed linen. Went over to diner for breakfast, which was packed with queues. Nice to be recognised and seated quickly. Also given 20% off !!! Such great service too. Xavier shook my hand and wished me well. Went to supermarket and got more train food. Then spoke to Stephanie on the desk and she gave me a website for the linen. She also advised me on printing out ...
A beautiful sunny day in New York today! Not a rain cloud in sight thank goodness! We walked The Highline today. This used to be the railroad line that delivered/exported the meat from the meat packing district. They have converted it into a beautiful walkway. They put trees in it, which makes it the worlds most narrow park, according to our crazy tour guide ...
... watch the Yankees v Raves. We didn't watch the game until the end because it goes for like 4 hours! The Yankees were winning when we left so KEEP AT IT BOYS !! The drinks that you can order over there are humongous, I had a Pepsi and hot dog which was gross, I was really disappointed :( . We caught the subway back to our motel, my feet are aching soooo much !! I've got to go now so be sure to check out my blog tomorrow !! It will be my last day in New York :,( Night <3 Lyss ...
After hitting the fitness room on Friday morning as we had vowed (well done us), we returned for round two of ****** breakfast. Then back to our room to chill out and do some admin before heading out to our eagerly-anticipated food tour of Greenwich Village.
Having given ourselves plenty of time for the journey, we jumped out of the subway a stop early and walked the last few blocks to our meeting ...
... boulevard that was synonymous with Skid Row when I was young. I recall that
when we’d have out-of-town visitors when I was a kid my parents would take them
for the Circle Line boat tour around Manhattan and then my father would give
them a quick car tour of sights in the city. The Bowery was one of those
attractions, to see the famous place where all the bums hung out drunk. I’m not
sure if there was ...