Hilton Hasbrouck Heights / Meadowlands
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... First stop Empire State Building.....wow! To start we took the NY SKYRIDE which was a simulation of a helicopter ride over the island of Manhattan NY. Very exciting, picturesque and informative, good start to the day. Next stop Level 86 observatory, albeit that the attendant suggested we wouldn't see anything because of the weather, we took a chance.....It was absolutely freezing, and super windy but the sky was blue and we could see for miles. The views were spectacular, ...
... Highlights of the tour did include some interesting things - although it was hard to see out of the bus - we saw Grant's tomb, we drove through Harlem, we saw the mansions of 5th avenue, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. Next visit to NY, we will have to go to more of these museums! We then looked for, and eventually found a stop to pick up the bus again (I swear not where it says it is supposed to be) and we hopped on for ...
... at the memorial. We eventually hobbled there and collected our tickets. The memorial is where the old towers were, fountains are now in their place. The rest is underground and has bits and pieces from the wreckage. There are heaps of people in the place but everyone is very quiet. We left at 430 and it was dark when we surfaced, caught a cab and got home. We missed out on wall st and the charging bronze bull sadly, hoppy couldn't make it. Might put some pics up ...
... for and soooo fresh. Looks like Americans are changing their eating habits because the place was packed. Walked back to the hotel - much to Andy's backs disgust, his body was certainly telling him enough! After a couple of hours on Skype we headed out for dinner at about 8:30pm. We found a little bar called P450 which was pretty noisy but they made good mojitos and great ...
... guide. It's a fairly big group which is always conspicuous, but today, unavoidable. Our tour guide is a young aspiring musical theatre actor, waiting for his big Broadway break whose name is Remy. He later tells us he has been described as perfect blend of Woody Allen and Harry Potter, which is weirdly accurate. Anyway, even though he has only been in NY for 6 years, he has the very NY behaviour- he loves to talk, doesn't listen too much and has a million stories to tell. ...