Hampton Inn Ridgefield Park
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... we didn't choose the venison. We met the sommelier and chose a bottle of champagne to go with finer and were set. The first course, bread rolls, yum. Yum. Yum. Gorgeous butter and the crispest, freshest bread I've ever eaten. Just yum. Then we moved into a number of cold entree styled courses. A salad, some seafood and a wonderful homage to the NYC delicatessen. The pastrami sandwich, so often seem as a massive sandwich with layers of pastrami and mustard on a fresh ...
Flew Swiss Air to America. It took all day as we lost eight hours. But we got to spread out and the food was excellent. Cherry and I watched movies all day. Unfortunately it then took 3 hours to get off the plane and take a taxi to the hotel. ...
... of the flight. Edwin Abbott Abbott's biography of A. Square, an honorable citizen of "Flatland", occupied my mind in between these movies and naps. Although my dreams were not filled with visions of alternate dimensions, like the terrifying visions realized by Mr. A. Square in strange places like Lineland, Pointland, and of course Spaceland, the notions of this book did not fall on deaf ears. Not unlike ...
... Columbia University, General Grant's Mausoleum, a huge Catholic Church that has never been finished (Cathedral of St John the Divine) and a very impressive Baptist one too. Then went down Museum Mile (on 5th Ave) where we saw the Guggenheim (wasn't quite as weird looking as I'd expected) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art which had just closed but still had about a hundred people sitting on the steps. Also went past Jackie Kennedy Onassis' apartment on ...
... a slow walk.
I went down the stairs, and walked very slowly to Columbus Circle. Went to Pandora and purchased 3 new charms and there was a gift with purchase of a free bracelet. Yay!!
Found a shop called Crucieni, which had hand made bracelets from Italy. Bought one each for Eileen, Alyssa and myself. Very pretty.
Feeling very relieved that I didn't need to go to hospital in a strange country. I decided I am going to push through the ...