Hilton Garden Inn Westbury
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... attack took place and it was a really strange feeling actually being there. I felt heavy hearted after seeing the memorial and we wanted to keep this trip happy and upbeat so we decided to give the museum a miss.
We stumbled across a designer outlet department store that one of Aaron's friends had recommended called 'Century 21'. This place was huge and had every type of label you could imagine with a discounted price. We spent a few hours in here ...
... the gist. The tour went for about 40-45 minutes. There were a few other little exhibits and a movie to watch too, but we had already just missed the ferry boat and waiting around for the screening would have meant missing the boat after that too, so we passed up watching it. We got back to the mainland about 5:00 pm - definitely spent much longer at the islands than I anticipated; needless to say we weren't fitting in a visit to Ground Zero today as ...
... walked through outer parts of Chinatown that were messy, and judging by the shop signs that were exclusively in Chinese, and what we heard, there is little or no English spoken. Young people were playing hand ball and basketball like you see on the movies. Chinatown itself was cleaner and a step up. We passed into the three blocks that make up Little Italy looking for a place to have a substantial snack with tonight in mind. At the same time we found two things, ...
By avoiding the Midtown Tunnel and taking the Queensboro Bridge instead, we make it out of Manhattan surprisingly quickly and head east onto Long Island and our old haunts – Westbury, Garden City and Port Washington. It's a good ten years since we moved away from here and it does feel a little strange to be back given how familiar everything looks. Grand Central Parkway and the Long ...
... Ha ha!!). Eataly was the next stop and wow! It's a huge Italian food hall with all sorts of Italian goods and restaurants. We split a tiny prime rib sandwich and there are no words for how good it was. Afterward we wanderd through TriBeCa and stopped at Petite Abeille - a Belgian bistro I've wanted to try for years. We split a Croque Monsieur (open face ham and béchamel cheese ... OMG. Off to SoHo on a mission to find a ...