Hilton Garden Inn New York/Staten Island
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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the place couldn't be better although kind of pricy.. but what a heck.. would I die and take the money with me? nah!!!
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... me in January 2005 and was a sad shadow of his former self and he tragically died a week later. He was an inspirational soul and I miss him dearly.
I'm stopping 2 nights but only get one full day which is the Sunday.
David arrived at my hotel soon after 7.30 and I checked in at the airport soon after 9 am.
The flight was delayed by an hour which was fine because we made up a little time during ...
... we went to the Yankees game (we were a bit lucky to have made it - after travelling half an hour on a subway going in the wrong direction before realising our mistake - almost spent the afternoon at Coney Island instead!) Michael and I had a bet before the game about how many innings it would take me to get bored and start looking in the crowd for people in red hats - but we were both surprised at my attention span on this occasion (the man in the seat in front of ...
This morning was a bit sad, as Cathy was going away for a few days and won't be back till after we've gone.
But we had breakfast together, and then Paul and I went off on another adventure.
I'm so glad that he decided not to do too much walking as my feet were still acting up from s
We caught the train again from Montvale, thanks to Jim's kindness in taking us down to the station.
... immigrated to the US through this one gateway. Mike loved it too. Especially when they talked about the Italian immigrants. We took a walking tour with an immigration officer that worked at Ellis Island, he was a descendent of an Irish immigrant, his grandfather. The tour retraced the steps of those who were processed through Ellis Island, how it was done, how much time it took and what happened to them once they got out the other side. As they exited the ...
... Tower fountains all over us.
I felt very sombre by the time we left the memorial. Still do, writing this. So I best pass you onto Lucy to talk about the (slightly happier) rest of our day.
Well once back at the hotel we shook off the day and although none of us forgot or will probably ever forget our experience today, we put on fresh attitudes and set off for dinner. It was raining, as it has been for most of the day, but this time it was a bit ...