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0.41km from Peak Thai RestaurantSixteenth of the US itinerary: United Nations Millennium Hilton in the memory of the hotel. I have already shared the first stop in New York at Barclays Intercontinental Hotel, the second hotel in New York: the United Nations Millennium Hilton. Looking at the location and the name of the hotel, it is known that Hilton is exclusively built for the United Nations Headquarters. The hotel is located 200 meters diagonally across the United Nations Headquarters. I chose this because I arranged an internal tour of the UN headquarters the day after, and the distance was very convenient. Probably because of its UN nature, there is a special "security guard" at the door. The staff wearing a very formal security suit is holding a big black dog. Everyone who pulls the box is sniffed, which not only does not make me feel no. Convenience, but increased security. After settled down, I went to the United Nations Headquarters to step on a point. On the side of the hotel, I also encountered a model of a street shot, a special scenery. There are two things in this hotel that make me amazing: the small surprise is that the coffee machine, capsule coffee and cup in the room are all illy; the big stunning is the invincible window, the left side of the window is the United Nations Headquarters building, and the front is the Chuanliu car. The sea, on the right is the Empire State Building. When I arrived at the night window, I was reminded of Shangri-La, the shard building that I lived in London a few years ago. When I stayed in the evening, we were stunned by the invincible night scene outside the window. Even the rice was forgotten to eat. To this end, I specially took a photo of the window to the little girlfriends that night to remind her of our common memories. The hotel is usually a icing on the road, and a hotel with a good stay experience will become a highlight in the memory, and in a later scene, there will be a beautiful encounter. This hotel is recommended for twelve points.