The Anchor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... him later with a good tip. The ride to Battery Park, the southern most point of Manhattan took over an hour, working slowly through the traffic. We enjoyed the sights but when our bus terminated at Battery Park we felt underdone. We'd only seen less than a fifth of the routes. Ee could have simply got on another bus but we'd lost our driver and guide and decided to stay in that area. Our guide had also given tips on best use of the Hop On Hop Off so as not to duplicate ...
... why would you not?
It is surprisingly easy to get to the base of the bridge, then we just follow the crowd. It is literally right off the subway. At the base of the bridge is a group of middle-aged women biking it. This amuses Paul mightily because they have barely begun and most of them are already struggling and getting off and walking! Paul stops to help one lady who needs to adjust her seat height but we do think it is going to be a very long day ...
... hardly any other gear! So I don't fancy their chances of getting much. It was quite hot and humid, and a relief sometimes when the sun went behind cloud. We got 2 subway trains back to the city and got off near Central Park at the spot we'd arranged to meet Arnah. We waited on a concrete bench and then along she came - full of beans and happy. We had a bit of a chat and then decided to have a ...
... took us around the entire Manhattan Island. We started on the Hudson River around Mid-Manhattan where there are lots of skyscrapers. Further south the height of the buildings reduces until you get to Lower Manhattan where again there are skyscrapers everywhere. On our right going south was New Jersey. The cruise took us out past the Statue Of Liberty and Ellis Island which we had seen yesterday then headed up the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn. North of Manhattan is ...
... tough skin. I'm always amazed at this child! The next stop was an open call at BMG. Three girls walked in with Morgan; two new to the business and one with a huge portfolio of print work. The man took their books/cards and took them to the "magical" lady behind the glass wall. When he returned he asked Morgan to fill out an information sheet and told the others they could leave. I have learned that each agency is looking for something different, and when ...