Candlewood Suites Somerset
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... downwards to the platform yesterday This side is DOWNTOWN folks! That side over there is UPTOWN! Well only once we went the wrong direction. We are more likely getting lost getting out of the station once we arrive and don't know where on earth we are when we emerge in the midst of hundreds of busy New Yorkers mowing you down if you pause for a moment!
So I got back to NYC and got changed and went straight to Manhattan to try and get tickets for Judith and I for this nights performance of 'The Last Ship'. When I was buying them the matinee show was just finishing and I heard the last song. It sounded incredible- makes me very excited for the show. Then they came out and Jimmy Nail was swamped with fans at the stage door, Jimmy Nail swamped with fans on Broadway...I suppose stranger things have happened! I met Judith and we sort ...
... the 88th Annual Feast of San Gennaro. Great atmospher, people everywhere, music and stalls. We enjoyed a piece of Pizza then continued on to Chinatown.
The was a shop there known as the Dumpling Nazi. The lady sold 5 pan fried pork dumplings for USD1, however you had to order in a very specific way or she wouldn't serve you. Similar to Seinfeld's The Soup Nazi. I was the first in the group to order ...
... gave up.
Along came an obliging taxi, to take us back to Penn. Now where to get our train to Secaucus? We had to wait like a pack of footy crowds till the train was announced and follow the crowd to the Train!
What a debacle, so we were very grateful to finally get on that train and only have a short wait till our connection back to Montvale
Don't go away folks, as more excitement follows
Today I visited the 9/11 Museum. I was in absolute awe of this place. The creators did an amazing job. The museum is mostly underground in the footprints of the original towers. They left the foundation around the permitter of each building uncovered so you could see where the huge trident beams that surrounded the towers went into the ground. They also preserved the slurry wall that was built to keep the Hudson River from washing ...