Extended Stay America - White Plains - Elmsford
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... downtown while waiting to queue for the evening concert, so we visited the Federal Hall Museum (where Washington was inaugurated), and the fascinating Museum of the American Indian, a branch of the Smithsonian. I could have spent a lot longer there! The unlikely-named Roomful of Teeth on Monday evening at Trinity Wall Street concluded what had till then been an early music festival with a performance of eight unaccompanied amplified voices, exploring the expressive potential ...
A magical day on Monday greeted us. Although the news from home was sad with the death of two hostages. The gunman also died in what was a scary incident from my birth town and something that will scar those involved for a lifetime.
Perhaps it was apt that we started our walk on the upper west side at 72nd street along Central Park west and walked past the John Lennon imagine memorial and strawberry fields. Imagine a ...
... finding an uptown bus to jump on and headed towards home. When I jumped off my bus I came across a Whole Foods market which is this fantabulous produce come supermarket come juice bar come salad bar come deli come everything!
I stopped to have a late lunch and shared a table with a native New Yorker - mid 60s who struck up a conversation and gave me hints and tips on the best restaurant to go to for a view of Manhattan, from Manhattan - then the ...
... sit down and relax on.
One thing instantly different from many places in Australia is the lack of hundreds of cyclists pestering you, ringing their bells and thinking they own the place. You just don't notice them here. They may still be around, but they are a different breed here in the US.
Marion of course loved the place, her favourite saying for this place ...
... city and country came to terms with what happened, as well as the individuals who carried out the attacks. There was even a section on the hunt for Bin Laden. The museum has a brick from the building in Pakistan in which Bin Laden was hiding out, as well as a uniform of one of the Navy Seals who took part in the mission. Often it's the worst situations and days that brings out the best in people. I heard some amazing stories of police and fire fighters going ...