Stanton House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Americans, in fact, the whole world! The reflective ever flowing pools on the former sites of the North and South Towers were breathtaking. The names of every victim involved, not just in the towers but also on the flights and at the pentagon are etched in steel around the pools. Intermittently there are white roses embedded in people's names. I read that this was because it was their birthday, so every day a new lot of roses is dedicated. Devastating! ...
... to the hotel. Many reasons for this, there was heaps of traffic getting to Manhattan and then it just got ugly from there. This clown of a shuttle service wound its way around the streets of Manhattan. Not their fault really, its just we were last on the list. The drive around before we got to our hotel really highlighted how crazy the traffic here is - vehicle, pedestrian and skateboards all heading in ...
... from the Clark Street station and we were in photographer's paradise. We were on the banks of the East River over looking Brooklyn Bridge and the vista of Lower Manhattan. Wow, the view was immense. It was also very quiet and peaceful compared to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. There were a number of other photographers down there who were all suitably kitted out with DSLRs and tripods and the new Pixel Stick that we found out about. Thankfully, this was not a touristy ...
... got the directions to the small one and not the main one. So after nearly two hours of walking... We didn't even get what we wanted. When we got back to the hotel, using a cab of course, we found out it was only 10 mins up the road from our hotel and he even gave us discount coupons!! So that will be on tomorrow's agenda!! Back to our room slightly weather-worn ...
Today is our last day in New York, so we decided to pack as much in as we could. It was a cool morning, the coolest so far at about 15 degrees. So I knocked out a hangover busting 6km first thing. We then caught the water taxi service from near our apartment around to under the Brooklyn Bridge on the Brooklyn side. We walked up the hill to the bridge and walked all the way across it. The engineering was amazing and the view spectacular. When we got back to the Manhattan side, ...