Found a different place for breakfast but once again just couldn't resist those American pancakes and fresh fruit. This has got to stop soon or I'll be rolling home. Walking back along 9th Ave the street had been closed as the stalls were out preparing for their annual food festival. It was just being set up so a while before anything would be ready.
In a couple of hours I imagine you would have difficulty moving through the crowds.
Hoping for lots of corn sales today.
We checked out of the Travel Inn and hailed a yellow cab to take us to the Holiday Inn in the financial district which is where we were joining the tour group. We would be meeting the tour guide and others for an evening meeting. This hotel had 50 floors and I was on the 36th with views of the Hudson river between other skyscrapers. It was much more expensive to stay here that's why we spent the first 3 nights at the travel Inn which is in a more convenient place in Midtown Manhattan.
There are still a number of ordinary sized buildings amongst the skyscrapers such as this church.
Not far from Wall Street is the historic Seaport District