BEST WESTERN Fort Lee
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After a lovely lunch break we caught the bus back to Times Square and did a spot of shopping at the M&M shop where there is everything M&M imaginable.
Tonight we dined at TGI Fridays (Thank god its Friday). I'm not sure if the drink is called something else here, but Donna ordered a Lemon Lime and Bitters was given a bowl with a piece of ...
... would be in summer - and packed with people. The buildings and architecture are amazing in the meat packing district; an eclectic collection of the very old and large red brick buildings juxtaposed against the new and flashy glass-covered apartment buildings. We had planned on meeting mum and dad at 2:00 pm at west 42nd and 12th - pier something, to go on a Circle Line cruise around Manhattan island. Mum and dad had spent the morning going down to Union Square to go to another ...
... that for anyone in New York. But use a City Blue Bicycle and not one from a tourism outlet. Make sure you stop at the lights when red because I witnessed people being fined for trying to sneak through. I had been holding off on going to the Twin Towers site because I don't like that it has turned into a tourism Mecca but I decided for my friends currently serving in the forces, particularly during the craziness that is ...
... loop of the Hop on Hop off bus. Here we saw Columbus Circle, the Lincoln Centre, the Cathedral of St John the Devine, begun in 1892 and still unfinished, Riverside Church - tallest church in the US, Grant's Tomb, the final resting place of Ulysses S Grant and his wife, Columbia University, the oldest in NY, the unusual shaped Guggenheim museum , Harlem and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
... end of Manhattan that would get our attention. We started at the 9/11 memorial. Last time I was here in 2006 this was a big hole in the ground. Now it’s a pretty hole in the ground. In memory of those lost, a single rose is placed on a victim’s name when they would have celebrated a birthday. We counted 4 roses the day we went.