Holiday Inn Express New York City-Wall Street
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... live my own life", take the metro to Grand Central Station and from there, 10 min walk to Lutgart's apartment building.
I was only to stay two nights, just enough for the both of us to catch up! Breakfast on the terrace, her apartment is on the 39th floor, with view to the North East, East river and 2nd street. Of course with the jet lag I woke up at 4 am the first night, so could enjoy a beautiful ...
... just 20 minutes! We flew right over the top of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, up the Hudson River past Yankee Stadium and over the George Washington Bridge (we didn’t have to pay the toll this time or fret over the bridge heights!) Our pilot told us that the GW Bridge takes in $2 million per day in tolls. We sure know why! One World Trade Center was quite a site as well as the new ...
... TGI Fridays. So we jumped in there. And...we forgot the last time we were in NYC we ate at one at Times Sq and the food was so expensive for what we got. The only thing I can say is it was super fast. We ordered, I went to the washroom for less than 4 min, and it was on the table when I got back. So we had two drinks (soda/lemonade), a plate of 6 mozza sticks, and we shared a plate of chicken fingers and fries (because of ...
... re almost the size of a hearse, but much more attractive.
It was a special meeting at South Ozone Park, as they’d been having the 29th Annual New York Metro Christadelphian Fraternal Gathering over the weekend – 6 and 7 June. The speaker is Brother Wilfred Alleyne from the UK. Wilfred looked like a dark, white-haired Des Manser, and was an intriguing speaker. His exhortation was titled, " The Lame Man Who Ate like a King."
It was ...
Aaron went to hang out with Dwayne & Han and do all sorts of boy stuff so I took the morning pretty easy. I wrote my post cards and then decided to go meet Jade as she was having a mooch around on 7th Ave. We had a wonder and then went and got coffee (well, I had tea, I haven't quite gotten on the coffee band wagon just yet!). It was so nice just chatting and having a good catch up. I had only met Jade once before on ...