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... you do the same.
Enjoying the bright lights and buzz of the city is really not hard to do and something that would be a shame to turn your nose up at.
The photos show all the fun things we saw best.
Thanks to J and Sam for the recommendation to swerve the usual observation decks and head to the revolving bar in the Marriot - much easier to spend $18 on a cocktail than $28 on a lift ticket.
... to whether a new trade centre should be built or whether it should be dedicated as a memorial site. They eventually compromised and built the One World Trade building as well as two memorial water features in the foot print of the old towers. It is a very calm and peaceful place now. The two large water features with the names of all the victims engraved around them. The new trade building is actually pretty beautiful in its own way too. An enormous tower (two stories higher than ...
... the hits. Bronte and I walked out with very large smiles on our faces and the songs have been in our head ever since! As Andrew was at BJ, Bronte and I caught the subway back to our hotel. Now. For those of you who know me well, I have no sense of direction. At all. Thankfully we got onto the right train, heading in the right direction and got off at the right stop. We walked out of the subway and this is where my direction luck ran out. We walked around the block. ...
... to the "High-line". I had read an interesting article on the High-line a few year ago in National Geographic Magazine. It was once a high level train that was built in the late 1920's and served Manhattan, but as vehicles became more prevalent, the train was used less and less till it was completely shut down in 1980. Nature took it's course over the years, and simply over-ran the train tracks. Zach said this part of town at once time was very ...
... on a whirlwind transit of the city. But we were in New York City to see the sights and not to eat. Well, that was not completely true, as I had always wanted to purchase a hotdog on one of the many vending carts on the streets of New York and eat a hotdog as I walk the streets of New York City. Many movies and TV shows had showcased the quick bite on the run in the city. As Randy, our friend, was a fan of David Letterman and wanted to see where the show was filmed we decided ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center