Days Inn Long Island City
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... buildings collapsed. It's eerie just being there to be honest but I'm glad we went to see the memorial and to take the opportunity to appreciate how precious each day really is. After pulling ourselves together and deciding we needed a more relaxing place to spend the rest of the day we headed to a local New Yorker cafe. Filled with students and people having meetings or doing work on their computers it felt kind of nice to be back ...
The early flight got in even earlier and we went through the formalities of the airport with ease. We got to the hotel shuttle and then the hotel within an hour and a half of landing.
We were now in New York with an afternoon free so we set off from the hotel towards the nearby shopping centre. There was not much there which interested us so we carried on and tried to find a train into New York.
When we finally got to ...
... Great time was had by all! Times Square was a learning experience - we had great weather today.
Ella - My favorite part was going to Aeropostale and Times Square. It was awesome!
Meghan - My favorite part was going shopping and having lunch at Ellen's Stardust Diner!
Tessa - My favorite part was going to M&M World and shopping - and also having Starbucks!
Madison - My favorite part was going up Rockefeller Center.
... Macy's was used as the department store in Elf, but it was given a different name in the movie - Gimbels. The reason Macy's wouldn't let their name be used is because they objected two lines in the movie, which is when Buddy says to the department store Santa, "You sit on a throne of lies" and "you smell like beef and cheese". Macy's didn't want their customers thinking their Santa was a fake and smelled like beef and cheese! So they missed out ...