HYATT house Parsippany/Whippany
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... home through Times Square. Some of the sights were interesting, grown men dressed as babies, women in only g-strings and the American flag painted on their boobs, a man with a big snake around his neck, plus the usual naked cowboy, Minnie, Mickey, elmo and the rest. Today I was exhausted and mum felt pretty rubbish but we soldiered on. Stephen and Brian was meeting us at 9.30 at the hotel and go for a walk along the high line. In true Brian fashion ...
... was hit by the plane and it is mangled by the heat and the crash. This is inbuilt into the museum.
As we are underground we are at the same level as the bottom of the water pools. In the walls are the plugs which hold up the walls because they had to have a huge retaining wall built otherwise water from the Hudson river would seep in and flood the area. The museum starts off with what happened on that September day on the 11th in 2001 ...
... others on the red steps in time square. I was still feeling a bit off and almost went home but after stopping in Superdry and buying a new soft hoody (yes mum, another one! Sorry!) I was determined to stay out with the others! If I can go to work sick I can go to a comedy club in NYC sick dammit! Check it out! http://www.broadwaycomedyclub.com/ The show was really funny, Rodney Laney in particular had us in stitches. http://www.cc.com/comedians/rodney-lane ...
... each of them and more, there must be billions worth of art alone here. Greek and roman exhibitions were great, jewelry, statues, art, helmets, pottery even buildings/ courtyards rebuilt here in full - it's amazing. Egyptian section was quite large, lots of all the usual stuff but also had transported and rebuilt a couple of temples and tombs in full. A great afternoon at the ...
... sale from Guess. We visited Saks and of course Sephora (visit 4).
In Missouri over the weekend a young boy, black, was shot by the police. He had a fake gun. We stayed in on Monday night, protests were expected, and yes, the news the following day showed vision of protests in Times Square and protests along the Brooklyn bridge.
Snow is forecast for Wednesday, but tomorrow is going to be another fine day. We are off to see the Book of ...