Crowne Plaza Hotel Edison
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... real Rembrandt for the first time. I saw the sad look in Aristotle's eyes in contemplating a blind Homer. I saw even more poignant eyes in his own self portrait at an age four years younger than I am now.
I've found that this silly blog has made me observe, when I might have otherwise glanced. If you walk down a street with the intent of making a mental note of what you see, so as ...
... for adults. As we were only going to stay for a relatively short time we thought we would donate $20 each and they were fine with that. A guard told us you can donate whatever you wish.We decided to just visit the European art and we quickly walked through the earlier art work and concentrated on the 1800s and early 1900s, then had a quick walk through the Ancient Egyptian section, which featured an actual temple, the Temple of ...
... some of these paths went directly over a highway. When we finally were allowed to exit the aircraft there was a difficult set of stairs, a short trolley ride, a long walk, a passport check, and another long walk to find the baggage claim. My bag in particular took around 20 additional minutes to appear, but when I found it I was only one short walk to all the Rotarians who were expecting my arrival, including my gracious host ...
... just wandering around the park, and admiring the irony of having an open countryside “hidden” within the bustling metropolis. After the walk, and subsequent exit from the park, we made our way over to Dylans on 3rd and 60th? The store was a 3 story megamart of everything candy. We sent some time here, and got some treats for the kids. We decided it was time to make our way back to the Hotel. We shot down Lexington and realizing we were hungry found ...
... checks were annoying and time consuming. However the later half of the museum was really interesting with lots of artefacts, stories and original coverage from the event. We did feel the section on 'who were the terrorists?' to be overly slanted towards pro American and anti Muslim views. We wouldn't go as far as to class it as propaganda, but it didn't seem very balanced. Overall we recommend the museum, though we still feel ...