HYATT house Morristown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Loop Bus at Grant's Tomb. I was looking forward to the next point of interest which was located in Harlem. It was the Apollo Theatre. The Apollo Theatre was built in 1914 and catered to a "whites only" audience. It was closed down in 1928 and reopened in 1934 catering to the black community of Harlem. Many black entertainers, singers, comedians etc became famous playing at this venue. In the modern era, Buddy Holly and the Crickets were the first ...
Came in to New York in the dark today but it was quite pretty, Lots of lights on the skyscrapers!! We are at the Amtrak station for our trip home!!! It has been a wonderful journey... One I never thought that we would do. So many countries! Probably won't be able to blog until we get home and summarize everything. It has been fun to share everything with you ...
We are coming to the end of our trip and the last two days of gone so fast. On Thursday (yesterday) we went to Jersey Gardens a big outlet store in in New Jersey (like DFO). After we caught the 30 minute bus to the shops, we make a beeline for the Quiksilver factory Outlet where we got few shirts, thongs and jackets. Mum and I got some converse shoes, tops and socks. We then went to the Nike store and Matty, Mum and I each got a pair. All the bags we getting a bit heavy for them ...
... enjoyed it, I was so terrified. LOTS of people, LOTS of riders, and wow, riding *up* was very hard work; riding down, of course, a blast. And then, there are the 20 somethings walking in the bike lane and looking at me like, "Go ahead, Lady; hit me" (see you in the ER, jerk...;-)
So, I think this was one of those *once in a lifetime* experiences, I have no desire to see what bridge I ...
After a reasonable nights sleep we headed off through Central Park and past the Metropolitan art museum and Museum of Natural history to see the Intrepid air craft carrier which has been made into a museum and which houses the discovery space shuttle plus several other aircraft including a concord (which unfortunately we couldn't get inside) and a blackbird. The space shuttle was much larger than I expected as it doesn't look so big when mounted on the 747 that transports it. You are ...