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Gosh, what other hotels and would you recommend for people to stay in New York? Okay. Okay. So I remember this random, but when my dad passed away, we stayed at the palace and I did not like it. And one day they made the bed and didn't put like the bottom sheet were mattress protector on the bed for the kids who was gross, but my sister stated the hotel and they stayed in the towers at the palace. Yeah, and said it was fabulous, really. So where we in the low budget area, I have no idea. I thought it was where we stayed in that hotel was very tired. I didn't like it at all. I just didn't like it. So maybe you'll have to that was the second time we'd stay there too? Yeah, not impressed, but maybe you just need to stay in the tower. I also am not crazy about the location. I like a place that you can walk out and walk around and there's things there right? Because I think used to like staying at the the London up and down like the meat packing. Right. Oh, I love that too. But if we're talking about like in the fifties, which is a really in the fifties. And six avenue, which is such like a nice central location because you're in the Middle East. You can go west, you close to the park and then takes a longer to get downtown. But we'll talk about downtown in a minute, but I do like sang at the London hotel because it's an all suites hotel. So you get a little bit of a bigger room. The restaurant downstairs is nice. The only problem with the restaurant bar downstairs is it's not open very late. So if you were going to the theater or you'd have to find other places to go. But I, I love the hotel. The rooms are really nice. I think the staff is great and they're very, very accommodating their, it's not far from buckle up. They're kind of in the same area. I also really like the four seasons. Four seasons is beautiful. As a matter of fact, we're going to go, hang, I love their bar. Their bar is amazing. It's gorgeous. They've big bowls of red roses. They've this huge wall with. An LED screen on it and with images of New York and all. But it's gorgeous. And the Bank Bankhead is like velvet. There's red colors in there and you can eat there. So they have a very nice light bites menu and you can get cocktail just a nice place to sit especially if you're shopping around fifty. Seventh and fifth, which is where like all the fancy stores are like Chanel, endure and the mothership Goodman. If you're shopping in that whole area, it's a great place to sort of pop in rest. Your feet have a little glasses champs. Yeah, love that. So those are my hotels up there, but there's also what's the little hotel. The Mark, I stayed at the Mark. Very, pretty very pretty in the bar is very tiny to boot hotel. The the the bar is beautiful, very, very small, little stars, their restaurants, very pricey que did not eat in there, but it's very pretty, but very pricey. Le for for if you're going to stay midtown uptown. Like I love those hotels. There's a lot of other little boutique hotels, and there was another place called. The Surrey Surrey. I think it was the Surrey, which is the upper east side, and I know they've remodeled it. I stayed there years ago when the twins were so little. I think cat was a baby, but what I liked about it was they had kitchens, oh, like each and each room had its own little. Okay, that's cool. It was a suite with a kitchen is reasonably wasn't. I mean, nothing in Manhattan is reasonable, but it was pretty reasonably priced and you know, listen, go staying at hotels, whether you're at a resort, or you're at city wherever you are, it's expensive. So a lot of hotels will give you like a mini fridge or a coffee maker, which is great because you can always go to a local store and pick up breakfast stuff. I despise feeding kids breakfast at hotels..