Hilton Woodcliff Lake
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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... capital of the world and not go to at least some of the world-renowned museums and galleries of the city- but now I was presented with the hard choice of squeezing in just the one. For me, the erstwhile political student, the choice was really quite easy when I thought about it: I walked slowly down to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. The vast Memorial reflecting pool is hypnotic and profound, a space of emphatic quietness in the city, a tryst of light and shadow playing over ...
... we also found Burger King. We decided we had to figure out what it was like to eat at a Burger King in another country, and it proved to be much nicer and more classy than an American location. They charged us in CHE, which is the Swiss Franc, almost equivalent to a Euro.
After eating, we wandered around some of the shops and ended up finding some computers. I was slightly annoyed that ...
... vs capital 4 - 3. This was in Uniondale. Quite a long way from our hotel. Ice hockey is a great game to watch. Fast and very physical. Again crowd makes the atmosphere. Americans love their sports. After the game our driver took over the queens bridge and we saw New York in lights. Again a beautiful site! We are loving NYC. Tomorrow another huge day. Statute of Liberty, 911 and the book of Mormons on ...
... sun was still shining so we walked Central Park again. You could walk this place hundreds of times and always see and discover something new. This time we found the staircase to nowhere and Point Peebler. Including the ladies pavilion. We saw some old favorites as well including Bow Bridge and Still Hunt. This Panther statue has always been surrounded by bushes and undergrowth. This time the area around it was bare, so we discovered a path and walked ...
... Across from The Dakota lies the appropriately named Strawberry Fields in Central Park. The Dakota was built between 1880 and 1884 and apartments sell for generally between $4 and 30 million. Our next stop was at the American Museum Of Natural History. It is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world. Located in park like grounds across the street from Central Park, the museum complex comprises 27 interconnected buildings housing 45 ...