Hampton Inn 35th St. Empire State Building
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... our trip, and still trying to get the feeling to actually sink in that we are getting on a plane tomorrow and heading home. It feels weird, like a pin prick that actually hasn’t broken the surface of your skin, but you can feel it pushing. Pretty soon though the feeling will sink in, and we think that it might be when we wake up back at home, and not in a transient place like a hotel, bus or airport. It’s going to hit us, we know that, it’s just a matter of ...
... horror that it endured on September 11.
Once again I felt a little teary, this is a solemn place to visit but a must to see. There is no frivolity there, people treat it with the respect and dignity that it most certainly deserves.
A much different perspective of New York is from the Empire State Building. Next to getting a helicopter tour over the city, this must be the best view you can get.
The cost to go to the ...
... falling to the ground on the big screen in our plane. The fact that we were in the air watching these incredible events unfold again and again, only added to the surreal nature of this terrorist act. Earlier, in January of 1987, as a a young, unmarried couple we had visited New York and had stood in the basement of the Twin Towers using a pay phone to book tickets for that night's performance of A Chorus Line on Broadway. We had ...
I have been known to have rare moments in the night where I see huge hairy spiders flying at me, men in the corner of the room or am taken over with the inability to stop opening and shutting the wardrobe door. Although terrifying at the time, I find them hilarious the next morning especially when Thomas can't even remember some of them happening even though we had full conversation at the time. He is very good in such situations ...
... boys to have a photo with Elmo. He then wanted money. I had a couple of coins but he was offended by that and wanted notes. D'Lene only had a 5 dollar note and gave him that and asked for change. He conveniently only had $3 in change so the photo cost us $2 - we must have had suckers written on our foreheads! There was a climate change march going on so we sort of got trapped within Times Square as we couldn't get past ...