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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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... threatening and we were too tired to walk or face learning a new subway!! I think we 2 NewYork novices were suffering from information overload. After a cuppa at Viand cafe we discovered that the parade has a Greek name. Why? Well it turns out that Cristoforo Colombo is not just Italian. His mother was from a Greek Island (not sure which one) and his father was from Genoa so the Greeks like to claim him as a son too. Or at least that's the story the guy in the cafe told ...
... itself), and a bunch of shiny gemstones. The funny thing was, we went through the pacific islands displays, and the only thing remotely Australian was the 2 photos of Aboriginals that hung outside the exhibit.
We managed to spend 3 hours at the museum and still not explore it all. Definitely worth seeing if you're ever in New York, but just don't expect it to be exactly as it is in the movie :P.
After the museum we headed back to ...
... There is beautiful stained glass everywhere, elaborate stencil work covering the walls and ceiling, and a splendid display of architecture. The pictures I took do not do the beauty of this place justice. I was so glad that I ventured off the beaten path to visit. It was another fascinating look at the importance of our immigrant history. The last thing I did in the LES was visit Doughnut Plant. This place is newish, there is no charming backstory for this ...
... not giver the satisfaction of seeing the pannic in my eyes...
Being security concious of all things financialy eletronic I had hidden an encripted version on my mobile.
Being a fan of Dan Brown I began looking at the statues and Gargoyles on all the surrounding buildings.... Nope... Not a glimmer of hope... Always works for Dan Brown.
THEN,,, the bull cuddler (CJ) relented and pointed out an ...
... on in to escape the cold (it was only 3 degrees at this stage). Here we experienced a vast range of art from all over the world, one of the best museums we've been to (in the world) so far. After exploring most of the exhibits that The MET had to offer, we had worked up quite an appetite and being that we were in the middle of Central Park and The Loeb Boathouse was on Sarah's bucket list, it was an obvious choice for lunch. We managed to get ...