Hampton Inn Ridgefield Park
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cheaply! Not healthy food, not good food but it gave us energy, air
conditioing and free wifi!
From Grand Central we caught the metro
to Central Park at 86th street. Honestly, its huge! We
could've spent two days walking Central Park but picked a couple of
things we wanted to see/do and went with those. We stared walking to
Belvedere Castle. On the way we saw the Jacquline Kennedy Resevoir,
complete with turtles ...
... Bridge, staying about one-third of the way from the Manhattan side. After coming under the GW Bridge, the swimmers must stay as far enough out from shore so that they are not swept into the sewage disposal plant, which protrudes out about a quarter of a Mile. This plant spans 10 blocks, from 145th to 135th Street.
The swimmers continue down the Hudson River on the Manhattan side. Their third check point is opposite the 79th Street Boat ...
... We finished our food and set out again, we bought shirts, socks, shoes; the usual. We then discovered Times Square!! It was huge! (and awesome) We also found a Hershey's and M&M stores!!! Alyssa was hyped! (And we hadn't even entered the store or eaten the sugar yet!!) We bout 'Twizzlers' which are like Raspberry twists except numerous colours and flavours! We also went to Lego world! The stuff they can make is so cool!!! Dad bought a New York Yankees hat! Can't wait to go see the ...
... kicking up their heels. I'm on the 15th floor at the Marriott and twice today I was in one of the lifts when the first time it wouldn't stop at any of the selected floor so I jumped out of that one. The second time there were 12 of us in the lift and it stopped and wouldn't move so we had to ring the alarm. Somehow they managed to get it going and it was only stuck for about five minutes. None of us were very happy!!! Tomorrow Gail and I board the ship for our cruise to ...
... of the statue and the Manhattan skyline.
Then it was on to Ellis Island and the history of immigration into the US. You could spend hours here.We caught the ferry back to Lower Manhattan and revisited the Ground Zero area to visit the 9/11 Tribute Centre. Some of the images and personal stories portrayed here are very graphic and quite honestly ...