Extended Stay America - Red Bank - Middletown
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The 9/11 memorial was as moving as you would expect from those that were witness to that fateful day and all its ramifications. The memorial is done really well and what touched me the most was the survivor tree - a blackened stump that came out of the rubble, was nursed back to health and stands proud amongst the other trees at the memorial.
I held gently one of the branches and felt its strength and presence. ...
... and slept most of the way. I didn't even watch a movie or read. When we got to Paris, I changed planes and my flight to New York was delayed 45 minutes which gave me a chance to shop. Yes, cheese, chocolates, confiture came home with me. Even a few hours in Paris was very nice. Airport is still Paris. The rest of the trip was fine. I watched some TV shows--yes, Law & Order of course--and slept and walked up and down and then we were at ...
... have fun. There is so much to see and do, and I couldn't think of anything better for a bunch of teenagers
I then went to do a bus tour of all the sights to see in New York. This was really good, the top floor had no roof so you could look up and follow the skyscrapers up into the sky. The bus also had a guide who gave us background information of each place that you wouldn't know unless ...
... with one solitary piece of art. All of the restrooms were unisex. The first one I walked into had 4 urinals and one potty closet. I thought I was a little more progressive about things like this, but I was so glad that I didn't walk in on some guy standing there with his junk out! I'm just not ready for unisex potty time. I REALLY had to go but I did not go in that one. I waited until the next floor and found another one that was all ...