Days Inn Brooklyn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to that is the Watchtower residence, owned by the Jehovah's Witnesses. Angela explained that after 9/11, many Wall Street workers were trying to walk home across the bridge because the subways were not running. The bridge is only 3/4 of a mile, but after that their homes may have been miles farther away. The folks living at the Watchtower invited them in and put many of them up until they were able to get to ...
... in New York! As it was Christmas Eve we wanted to get in the festive spirit, particularly as NYC was not as Christmassy as I expected and would day London was more magical on that scale, Tabitha found a carol service in Washington square, only a short subway from where we were. At 5pm we reached Washington square for an outdoor carol service, everybody had hymn books and were joining in, there was a big tree lite up and everyone stood under the monument ...
I had the funniest morning with Julian and some other French people. He was still half cut from the night before and stinking of drink with my Union Jack sticking out the back of his top but we went to church. Stuck out like a saw thumb but had the best time, it was a baptist ...
... the crowds were just too much. We made it back in time for our play and had an "after theater" supper at Sardis, not up to its glory days but the food was very good and it was fun. The play was also excellent, kind of Oscar Wilde ish, funny, fun with great music. Wednesday was again cloudy and rainy. But we took the Uptown route, (we'd previously only done the Downtown), and saw lots, learned lots and spent three hours at the Metropolitan Museum of ...
... original buildings is very fitting. It is two water features that cover the whole original footprints of the sites of the two buildings that the planes crashed into. It is really nice that everybody who was lost has their name engraved on the side of the water feature. People leave white roses on the names. The place was really busy. There is also a Museum. I didn't want to go into the Museum, the Tribute Centre was enough for me.
We left the Centre and got on the ...