Candlewood Suites Somerset
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... room, and headed off for the 60 mile trip to New York City harbor. The water was calm and the scenery was breathtaking. The Hudson River at this point is very wide until you come closer to New York City.
We had New Jersey on the starboard (right) side of the boat and New York on the port ...
... and have an opportunity to see it in the US or UK, I highly recommend going to see it (we only have to wait until sometime in 2017 for it to arrive in Melbourne!!) unless you are a Mormon, generally devoid of humour or are easily offended.
Monday we wandered around Union Square and the Flatiron District. As we'd missed out not he Soul Food lunch the other day we went back to Harlem and Amy Ruth's. It was interesting I can say that and ...
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... a lot that tree and it was a honour to have connected with it.
The waterfalls made a fitting memorial. It is a place very worthwhile to visit and pay your respects to one of the great tragedies of our lifetime. I am so glad I have been here. Tonight was the production - Sleep no more - an immersive theatre experience in a large converted warehouse in the meatpacking district.Us audience ...
... was packed! I forgot it was a holiday weekend. I was wheeling my luggage out to get the Airporter bus (much faster than a cab) and one of the airport guys asked me if I spoke French. Yes, I do, I said. He was with an older woman (older than me) in a wheelchair and had her luggage too. She was looking for her son or his wife. She had a piece of paper with their phone numbers and names on it. His cell phone was out of power and so i spoke to her ...