DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Fort Lee - George Washington Bridge
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... who shook hands saying it was his birthday - I obviously wished him. And then the expected response - "Will you buy me a drink". I for obvious reasons refused him and he unconsciously he dropped my Red bull. That is the last thing he should have done. Anyways his friends finally dragged him out and then I finished my dinner to escape the old ...
... pretzel which was yummy. Central Park is huge and one of the most filmed locations in the world. I felt like I was in a movie, so many places looked familiar although I'd never been there before. The Autumn colours of the park looked so pretty, so many leaves everywhere. We went to the fountain, the reservoir, a lake, the playing fields, the Dairy, saw a castle and an Alice in Wonderland statue. The ice rink wasn't open yet but we sat and had ...
Woke up from the best sleep ever, okay so that may be a slight exaggeration, however over slept big time, woke up at ten past eleven, guess I needed the sleep. Great time for me to get up for my last training run however as I will be running in the middle of the day. We had fun zigzagging through the streets again up to Central Park. Got some finish line photos in advance as wont be able to have one on the ...
... things were absent but there were things that left an impression including a scatter plot map showing the location of bodies and parts. They were scattered over many hundreds of metres from the impact points. There have been no remains identified for 40%25 of the 3,000 people who died on the ground and in aircraft. We left the museum about 3pm and walked toward Chinatown. What a difference just a couple of blocks make as we transitioned from one district to ...
... that isn't quite as well known as it used to be, since the construction of the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings, but it was one of the earliest skyscrapers in New York. All that aside, I still know it best as the Daily Bugle Headquarters in Spiderman.
From here, the plan was to get the subway even further south to the 9/11 memorial site. After buying some lunch from Bread and Butter before going underground, and then changing trains a couple of times due ...