Tuesday, December 11, 2007

No Choice Travel

Yet another reason why I love my hubby...

Holly K.’s confirmed evening itinerary for her December 2007 New York Trip. 


            Dinner at San Domenico (Italian, top rated) @ 5:30 1.07 miles from hotel (take taxi)

            Wicked @ Gershwin Theater @ 8:00, 0.47 miles from dinner (walk)


            Dinner at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse @ 5:00 0.34 miles from hotel (walk)

            Young Frankenstein @ Hilton Theatre @ 8:00, 0.60 miles from dinner (walk)


            Dinner at The Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria @ 5:30 (within hotel, no distance)

            Spamalot @ Shubert Theater in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />New York @ 8:00, 1.25 miles from hotel (take taxi)

Morning and afternoon meals have not been planned, nor have any activities. 

Possible lunch places consist of:

Hard Rock Café

1501 Broadway - Three
New York, NY 10036
(212) 343-3355


Tavern on the Green

Central Park at West 67th Street,

 New York City, New York, United States, 10023

 Phone: 212.873.3200


Possible activities consist of:

FAO Schwarz Toy Store

767 5th Ave, New York


Largest Macy’s

Macy’s Hearld Square

151 West 34th Street 
New York, NY 10001



Go to Central Park


Go to Rockefeller Center and see the tree


Top of the Rock: Rockefeller Center Observation Deck
Visitors guide to the Top of the Rock, Rockefeller Center Observation Deck including address, directions, facts and more. Visitors to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck can enjoy 360 degree views of New York City from 70 stories up.


Federal Reserve Bank of New York Essential Information
Visiting the Federal Reserve Bank of New York offers visitors a chance to visit the Gold Vault, learn about the Federal banking system and to experience the beautiful ironwork and architecture of the building itself. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is the largest of the twelve regional Reserve Banks in terms of assets and volume of activity.


Grand Central Terminal
Renovations since its opening in 1913 have turned Grand Central into more than just a hub for transportation -- there are shops, dining and more available to visitors. There are group tours available, as well as free tours for individuals on Wednesdays and Fridays. Find out the details online.


Guggenheim Museum Visitor's Guide
The Guggenheim Museum, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is known for its spiral structure and unique museum experience. Displays of modern paintings, sculpture and film rotate throughout the year at teh Guggenheim Museum.


If you have any questions about your upcoming trip, please feel free to contact your travel provider at 304-634-1269, or simply respond to this email.  Thank you for choosing No Choice Travel, we know you don’t really have a choice in who you book your travel with and we appreciate not having to compete with anyone.   

Dear “No Choice Travel”:

Thank you for the itinerary and I’m overjoyed at the possibilities!  I think all sounds wonderful and look forward to my trip with my chaperone with the eagerness of a kid in an oversized, overpriced candy store (which there should be at least one in NY!). 

Please make all necessary reservations as I will expect you to do so for what I am (not) paying you.

Thank you again for the wonderful plans.

Have a lovely day!

==Mrs. Shivel

Mrs. H.K. Shivel

Here at No Choice Travel, we strive to make our cheap non-paying customers happy, that is why we did some research and found this email that outlines the best candy places in NY







amy122389 said...

Hahahahahahahahahaha.....overpriced candy stores....

I wanna see the Rockefeller treeeeeee!!  ::sulk::



gazker said...

You'll love Tavern on the Geen. Go to the Four Season's too.

Gaz xxx

princesssaurora said...

The Bull and Bear is okay... but not 'all that' I can give you several other picks that are miles above and in the theatre district... let me know via email...

be well,

dpoem said...

Aren't you going to stab any hobos or toss some dead hookers into the East River?  Isn't that what people do in New York?