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They chargd us something like 130 for 2 nights and then 170 for one night. Book ahead somewhere else and give this one a miss
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... November in a few days time. We have completed all the usual things - Greenwich Village, Central Park, Top of the Rock, Macy's, etc but this time we also felt we had to visit the brand new September 11th Museum. Situated in between the two memorial fountains, this huge (underground) space tells the story of the day (not that we need it) and contains all sorts of objects. They make both fascinating and uncomfortable viewing. I wonder how the poor people who wrote messages ...
From Boston to NewYork is 2 days by sea, because you must sail east from the harbour to go around Cape Cod, then south and again west, southwest to NYC. We arrives at 6:00 am passing the Statue of Liberty on our port side are we sailed into New York harbour. We docked at 7:00 and we were ...
... and needing a home run off their final batsman. They managed to pull it off with the crowds going absolutely ballistic. A final score of 5-4 to the Yankees.
Vaughan came back after the 4th innings with my now favourite meal in New York: garlic and cheese chips. These were amazing!
I spent the rest of our time in New York trying to hunt down more of these but probably luckily for my cholesterol they seem to be unique to the stadium. Pity:(
... we ended up waking up at 4:30am and waiting for mum and dad to wake up so then we headed out and our fist thing we did was catch the subway to the 9/11 memorial building and the museum we saw all sorts of things such as steel beams melted by jet fuel, antennae on the top of the tower, crushed fire trucks and also wreckage of the planes. And it made you really sad because of the impact and the fast death and how people sacrificed them for others like when fire fighters went in and ...
... building. These pools have infinity fountains that carry the water, and the noise, away from the square. Around the edge of the pools are the names of the people who died in the 9/11 attacks, both in New York and in Washington. We spent a couple of hours at the 9/11 Memorial Museum. The museum is built over the site of twin towers and displays the exposed foundations of the original buildings as well as numerous structural remains from the twin towers ...