Courtyard By Marriott Parsippany
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Wednesday 15th - New York here we come! Well almost not actually after we woke up to flash flood warnings for Philadelphia and instructions to get above ground if possible! A bit scary but didn't stop us we got on the road :) only about an hour and a half drive to NY! The bus stop was right near Times Square but we wanted to get a few things done straight away so we picked up our NY Pass (5 day thing we paid for that gives us access to over 80 attractions like ...
... but the shops were shut. So we wandered across the street to a cafe but I didn't want to eat there cos there weren't many people dining there so I passed. We walked back down 5th Avenue trying to find somewhere to eat, we settled on McDonald's. Back home we went to continue watching the Tonys on tv. Well tomorrow we have no set plans so will have to see what the day brings! I LOVE THIS ...
... like I saw the site previously; basically a huge hole in the ground with subway tubes clearly visible and what generally looked like carnage, even for 2008. Now, although an area still very much under construction and vastly different than before, with the skyscraper that's One World Trade Center, gardens, the 9/11 Memorial Pools & Museum and Tower # 2, a smaller but mirror panelled building that now occupy the site of the original World Trade Center ...
A wet day in New York meant indoors as much as possible, so the majority of the day was spent at the Guggenheim. I was unsure as to what to expect, could the interior exhibition live up to the amazing exterior. Well I was not disappointed. Although the place was shelter for thousands of people from the rain outside there was still a calmness and respect for the surroundings that was wonderful. Photography is not allowed, except on the ground ...
... a certain type of under-graduate. Those less fortunate go to the Manhattan funded college with the brightest then going on via scholarships to Columbia. Ulysses Grant, the US civil war hero and ex President is buried alongside his wife next to the Riverside Church, mentioned above, in the marble Grant Mausoleum which overlooks the Hudson River and the Washington Bridge which is the only bridge linking Manhattan with its less wealthy neighbour New Jersey. Apparently ...