Hilton East Brunswick
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... wondered how well maintained the nuts and bolts were that were holding this 86 year old skyscraper together. Best not to think about it. The observation deck was really good. Narrow, but afforded great views across the city and rivers into Long Island and Jersey. It is a completely open deck with open style fencing around it. It was interesting to see those who couldn't step close to the edge. We spent longer than we had thought we would as it presented a different view than the one ...
... for Europe! Dave's Mom was also traveling home today with a flight out of Laguardia around noon. She got to spend the morning with us as we dealt with all the chaos. She was probably pretty happy when the car service arrived to whisk her away! Even though Anne's parent left town, they were kind enough to book an extra night at their hotel. That gave us a place to dump bags in the morning, then shower and change later this afternoon before heading to the airport. ...
... last stop and just as well. It was the 5th carriage. The commentary from the conductor was priceless tho'."It can't be that hard and it's really simple, everyone move forward the forward carriages, it's really not that hard!" He kept repeating until everyone had moved. We arrived at our destination a bit early so we sought shelter in a Starbucks while we waited. America is a land of contradictions, one place you can't even get a cup of real ...
... we did make it to our two destinations of the day eventually.
First stop was the Discovery Centre to experience Avengers Station, a cool interactive experience that simulates becoming an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Alex and I obviously were in our element, enjoying the movie memorabilia and the sheer geekyness of it all.
Then we got lost in the rain yet again trying to find somewhere for lunch, ...
... of paper. Okay? Now stare at it. Okay? Now quickly ask yourself, "Is that important?")
Now, once you've removed style, status and money, you'll find books. The Book section of the Sunday Times , like the reading room in the New York City Library, is a reminder in an otherwise glossy world preoccupied with appearance, status and wealth, that it is knowledge that we should spend our time pursuing.