Delamar Greenwich Harbor Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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Ship's position : LAT - 40.05.20N LONG - 73.50.40W
Ship's speed : 18.3 knots
Wind speed : 24.1 knots (27.7mph)
Temperature : 4c / 39.2f
Sunrise : 7.17am Sunset : 4.59pm
Time : GMT -5 hours
A much brighter day greeted me this morning, although I was a bit taken aback as I drew back the curtains with a flourish to find an engineer standing on top of life boat 16 at eye level with me on the other side of ...
... to their family would feel to know that thousands of people are staring at their words. Some amazing bits survived - including a complete seatbelt - and we learned that it was mainly golf balls and keys that were found in the rubble. All around us are the foundations of the original towers and twisted metal and I do ask myself how the relatives of the people who perished there must feel about the museum being right on that spot. I think the two main differences since I ...
... restaurant as part of the tour. Some of us were even able to sneak some photos with the real NYPD who were there for the parade.
After such a high (and the best cheesecake we may have ever tasted), our mood sorbed up with a visit to the 9/11 memorial. Even driving into the area, you could feel something missing from the skyline ahead. All of New York is so built up, that when there is a space beyond the buildings in front of you, it's usually ...
... in with the bellman and then wait until later in the afternoon to get a room. Much to my surprise, the desk clerk handed us keys for our room on the 33rd floor. I guess all of my Marriott points do pay off periodically.
We placed our bags in our room. Leslie notified Hillary we were at the hotel. She arranged to meet them downstairs so we could get some coffee and breakfast.
Once together, we all four set out ...
... Island. There, I saw an adorable old Asian man fishing. He had five fishing poles bungeed to the railing with little metal things on them that would rattle if he got a bite. When he heard one rattle he would run over to see if he could reel something in. I had to stay to watch this for a while. Most times he didn't have anything or he lost what ever bit, but he would cast it back out again, bungee it up, and then run to the ...