Best Western Woodbury Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... activities for the young and not so young at heart (that's me), with costumes of all the Avengers and main supporting characters from the first Avengers film. A lot of fun, educational (as the interactive areas including the science and technology behind the movie magic) and well worth seeing, even to just see myself in Iron Man's suit :) Well after another full day of fun and adventure, it was time for some dinner before getting some much needed sleep. ...
... snacks'. It was mammoth, and we didn't get anywhere close to finishing the plate!! Another interesting place we visited during this past week was the Tenement Museum. An tenement building which housed immigrants from 1880s till it was closed down in 1935 was then unoccupied (apart from squatters) and left derelict until 1988 when it was purchased to become a 'living museum'. Some apartments have been left in their original unrestored state, but several have been restored to ...
... Fields was a popular spot, especially around the 'Imagine' mosaic. Central Park is brilliant. The bloke who thought he was channeling the spirit of John Lennon was sadly mistaken, but no matter, everyone was out walking, riding, being wandered about in horse drawn carriages and bicycles ($3 per minute). More gorgeous little squirrels and dogs dressed most elegantly. Good ...
... after squares of flame, set up and cut into the aether. Here is our poetry, for we have pulled down the stars to our will." It's a heart stopping sight to see New York all light up at night. The only down side of that is that it never really gets dark. Night is never properly night. Bright lights on the ground block out any view of the stars above. And darkness never comes. It's a little disorienting. The crazies: Never have I seen so many mentally ill people ...
... viewing platform, ignored the massive tingles going up the back of my legs and slowly, kind of discreetly, edged my way to the edge. I thought I did pretty well
actually, I don't think anybody noticed! I must admit though, I was a little relieved once Marion agreed that it was time to move on.
Then it was off to see the Museum of Natural History. Now this place is not close to where ...