Days Inn Long Island City
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... the day we were very happy to come home to our warm hotel room and dry off. Marc and the kids went for a quick dinner to the Shake Shack opposite our hotel where they enjoyed hot dogs, burgers, fries and shakes.
Today was not raining and looked deceivingly warm outside from the hotel window with the sun shining. But when we went outside it hit us- cold, cold weather. It was so cold it took my breath away everytime I stepped outside! ...
... end of Manhattan that would get our attention. We started at the 9/11 memorial. Last time I was here in 2006 this was a big hole in the ground. Now it’s a pretty hole in the ground. In memory of those lost, a single rose is placed on a victim’s name when they would have celebrated a birthday. We counted 4 roses the day we went.
... and decided to grab some food and watch the waves and folks on the beach. There were a number of fast food vans by the ramp up so we were able to get some food and enjoy the sunshine.
After food (not sure which meal it actually was at this point) we went for a walk to the end of the Boardwalk. We would have dropped onto the beach to paddle in the Ocean but they were still charging $12 per person at 5pm to go down onto ...
... away with slightly pink arms. Unbelievable access to such a famous bridge.
Then off to timed entry at 9 11 memorial. This visit was sobering and despite what has happened since the terrifying day is well portrayed and at times very upsetting. Potentially ill judged for Ruthy but definitely thought provoking for the rest.
We then did a classic for us and decided to go through Greenwich Village to get to High ...
... 9/22/14): After four long months (almost to the day), I got my passport back… with an Indian visa inside. This took dozens of emails (no exaggeration) to every relevant address I could find at CKGS. I gave up on phone calls once I realized the help center I called was in India, so they had no idea where my paperwork was. The emails were also fairly useless because they contained generic replies that didn’t answer any of my questions or address the specifics of my ...