The J House Greenwich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was well done and held many artifacts from the buildings and from the victims as well as those who escaped. There are sections focusing on the Pentagon, Shanksville PA and 1993 attack on WTC. The Memorial Plaza is quite nice with many trees and of course the 2 waterfalls that make up the footprint of the 2 former buildings. I spent about 2.5 hours in the museum and could have spent longer. The only problem with the museum are the crowds. It’s a similar experience as going to ...
... the burritos are worth it. Next stop was my musical. I had a ticket for the back row of the orchestra section. It was a massive theatre, and while I was far away I was happy with my seat, especially since it appeared to be a disabled seat and was much comfier than the regular ones. I had no idea what the show was about until the curtain lifted and Glinda the good witch began explaining. It was the ...
... yachts to sail on it. We saw a lovely carousel in one area of the park. It looked quite old and the horses were beautifully painted. The streets where we are staying have rows of tulips planted along the sides of them which makes them look quite attractive. We are one street away from Park avenue which I must say doesn't look as affluent as I expected with fairly ordinary looking apartment buildings. Of course we have only seen a small part of it so it may get better as you go further ...
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... baths, as the ingredients in them can be very drying on the skin. Instead of using bubble bath, use an oatmeal bath treatment to sooth your skin. Always use moisturizer after you dry off.
Apply a vitamin B3 based cream to your face to treat red skin blotches. This nutrient helps your skin lock in moisture which can help combat exposure to irritants. Once you use it several weeks, you should notice healthier, better-hydrated skin.