Super 8 Stamford/New York City area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Stamford/New York City area
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... off one of the lifts burnt they have on display as well as two of the fire trucks that were burnt under the rubble. The cross which was on the sight that they worshiped at every day at, is preserved in the museum and bit of the planes and belongings of the passengers.
It took us 4 hours to go through this and is worth every cent. It is very moving to watch footage and listen to phone calls made on the day. There is also an Al Qaeda ...
... fun to people watch while hearing the story behind the Lincoln Center. Just across the street we'd find our 1st Christmas tree of the night. A few more pointers in the near vicinity including the movie premiere theatre in NYC where the roll out the red carpet and the Apple Store, we'd hit the Subway to take us down to Times Square, then heading nearby to Bryant Park.
Bryant Park used to be a space everyone would avoid, full of shady characters and shady dealings. In ...
... That's where my heart was. The House That Ruth Built was no more. We proceeded onward towards Grant's Tomb. We would catch the Uptown Loop Bus and continue on back to Midtown Manhattan. We traveled along Madison Avenue until we came to 112th Street East. We were now at the northeast corner of Central Park and approaching the Museum Mile. First was the Museum of the City of New York, Smithsonian Museum of Design, Guggenheim Museum, Frick-Whitney Museum, ...
... and could easily see, hear and smell the street market for 'little Italy'. We needed to stop for a refresher, so stopped at the first trattoria & oyster bar. We got a pitcher of sangria (without checking prices) it was a lovely good sangria and sat happy outside in the sun watching all the hustle & bustle pass us by. We got the waiter to take our photo telling him they would be included in our round world trip blog. Had a bit of a chat. There was a police point at ...
... so ben and i went and woke him up.
They checked out then we went to Williamsburg in Brooklyn so I could show them the hipster part of NYC. We made a few wrong turns after walking along Bedford Ave (ie hipster lane) but eventually found our way to the east river ferry. We jumped on and caught it to brooklyn heights where we checked out the promenade before walking over the Brooklyn bridge.
I never got to do this before when I came to NYC so it ...