DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Fort Lee - George Washington Bridge
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... course the Statue of Liberty, which is beautiful from a relatively close distance. We even met another Aussie couple and their young son on board, which was nice. After the cruise docked we had a quick lunch and headed down on the subway - successfully this time - to the 9/11 Memorial. Dave had previously been to the top of the Twin Towers, so this was something he had been especially keen to do, to pay his respects to those who lost their lives. ...
... shoulders and have high necks). Actually there are many races and cultures in Brooklyn who basically stick to their own communities. We also had a ferry ride out to the Statue of Liberty. Got quite close, though the photos don't necessarily show that. On our Uptown journey we drove past the apartments of the rich and famous, which look nothing from the outside. Also went to Harlem, which we really enjoyed. Of course mostly black-Africans in ...
... didn't know what the hell hit her and that she didn't suffer (as I wish the same for every other victim, even though I know that is not the case).
Her name is on the Southern pool as she was employed in a business located in the Southern Tower.
I went to a shop that had lots of books and some video and models of the new project. I spent a fair bit of time there reading a lot of the material, which ...
... various M&M character statues around the place. It was such a cool shop. The kids restrained themselves and didn't ask for everything under the sun :) I did get some M&M lip balm though. And Crystal made some M&M crushed pennies. You put two quarters and one penny into the machine, and it mashes them up to make a souvenir coin-type thing. It was very cool. Later on that night Crystal and I headed out to Hersheys World, and out to Times Square to take a few more ...