Colts Neck Inn Hotel
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Today I drove down to the 9/11 Memorial. It has two large pools were the Twin Towers once were with names of the people who didn't survive. The pools are surrounded by many trees including the Tree of life that survived 9/11. Also they have a Museum that I went to go see, it had so much history of 9/11 including items that survived 9/11. I still think that 9/11 was ...
It was Dads Birthday, we went to MSG for the Madison Square Garden Tour. Afterwards we walked to the Riverside and went on the Speed Boat. (Dad went on the liberty cruise with Prisha). The speed boat was brilliant., we got soaked, Riya loved it. Riya and Prisha played in the fountain afterwards. In the Evening we went to TGI Friday, I had a spicy beef burger with ...
... goggles which she has given to Rich. Bryan can choose which pair he wants.
Rich explained the workmen wanted to know why we were not flying the US flag. He explained British people don't!
Sticking to the wall here now around the pier and back by the wall again.
7:50 Bryan had 250ml of SiS he's had 2 gels changed his goggles too.
8:16 Been going just over 3 hours now.
It is so hot even this early.
8:18 Third boat ...
Swinging around the corner from the hotel, we dove underground and caught the subway to Greenwich Village. Or at least somewhere near it.
We wandered in and out of a Starbucks - Donna erring in a purchase of an iced coffee which - in this country at least - is just that. Cold coffee, no milk and with ice. She reacted with a startling display of displeasure and tossed it violently into the nearest bin. Cursing. It was quite scary.
Saturday April 12
Today we wake up in New York and go down to Breakfast which is free. A $32 buffet so make the most of it. It has everything from cereals, toast, bagels, muffins, fruit, eggs, bacon, sausages and an Asian section too. Looking out the front windows the streets are empty except for a few people.
We walk to Grayline who do the hop on, hop off bus tour and get on a bus to Downtown loop which travels through the city down to Battery Island ...