- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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Onto the underground again and up to Central Park where we managed to walk into the middle this time. (Next time we'll start at the other end!) The park is an amazing asset to this city, is well used and loved.
Later in the day we caught a bus to Newark and stayed in accommodation close to the airport ready for our flight to Seattle. We were told to purchase bus tickets for "seniors" which amused us greatly. ...
At her recommendation, we had dinner at John's Pizzeria where we had, what else, PIZZA! Delicious. After dinner, there were mounted NYPD right out front.
We then returned to our room, feeling happy and satisfied that we'd accomplished ALOT on our first day in the Big Apple!.
A few pictures are included!!
Tomorrow, Mass and then . . . Coney Island!!!
... up to Central Park and went on a row boat. We were very lucky as we got there at 11.30am to find no queue so managed to hop on a boat straight away. We were out on the water for an hour and when we came back the queue was ridiculously long so the tip is to go in the morning!
Saturday night Rich and I were having a joint birthday celebration. We decided to have drinks with some friends on Rich and Gemma’s rooftop as ...
Welcome to my first blog post ever! (not counting every blog post I've ever contributed to in the past: TripAdvisor, Yelp, Google, random threads on Facebook...) Okay, maybe I'm not so new to this after all. My purpose in wanting to start a blog is three-fold: First, I want to keep track of everywhere life takes us for the next year so as not to forget anything; second, I want a new hobby, something to keep me busy and my brain active; third, I ...
... first cafe and get a hot drink, some sort of chocolate and huddle like baby rabbits to warm up...we head out into the wind again and race to the market...i was sure i'd find a cloths...nop!! tell a lie there is one...over priced summer gear.Anyway, the market was terrific, fresh every thing...butcher, fruit, spices, deli, cake shops, lobster and oyster bars with the highest stacked glass cases...Bill and I loved it, a fresh pastrami ...