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... train to Fulton St Station and it was just a short walk from there - pretty much look up and follow the tallest building you can see. Security is tight (for obvious reasons) but the queue moved quite quickly and I was soon entering "the experience". There is a multi-media section which has people who survived, people involved in the rebuild and the like - I moved through this quite quickly (didn't want to start crying and then not be able to see ...
... So at around 9.10pm (New York time) I met Ella at Grand Central station. From there we headed to the hostel which was just perfect for what we wanted. Afterwards we went for a walk to see New York at night. Heading to Times Square was amazing. Bright lights, people dressed as superheroes and girls with boobs painted with the American flag making money posing for photographs... Only in New York. What an amazing city so ...
... to discover they didn't open the doors! It was a long way back to reception and so Ben called them to ask them to urgently fix the problem. By now the kids had collapsed on the corridor outside the rooms... Alex was sobbing, Mitch lay down on his luggage and fell asleep, and Charley kept asking how long it would take. And it took a long time. In fact it was 3.39am by the time we got access to our rooms and everyone was beyond fried. We fell into bed and slept the sleep of the ...
... the meal.
A quick visit to the chemist for more medication for John's throat, a little browsing in H & M [nothing I liked in my size], and home by hotel bus, was the end of our evening in Manhattan.
I went up on the roof to take a few photos. It’s always really windy up there, but there were still a few groups sitting around having cocktails.
... of Central Park from the the low '00 streets north from Central Park West to the east. The main street is 125 and this is where the shops are the on a Saturday at least when we were there it was lined with street vendors selling incense sticks and coverless CDs (draw your own conclusions there). 6th and 7th Avenues have alternate names in Harlem - Malcolm X Blvd and Adam Clayton Powell Jnr Blvd.
Outside one of the government buildings ...