Holiday Inn Hazlet
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... through the middle of the parade. The last participants of the parade were the clean-up crew. The street sweepers and barricade removers followed the last marcher and the whole thing disappeared as fast as it appeared. They are nothing if not efficient. Finally we were able to continue on our quest.
By now we were getting a bit foot sore so a couple of blocks from the Empire State Building, we stopped for (wait for it) coffee, it's what we ...
... flight to New York was uneventful. When we arrived at JFK we decided to take a yellow cab to the hotel. Our driver was an older Indian man who was a very average driver. He constantly cut off people and was getting tooted at. He was unhelpful and didn't seem to know where he was going. After checking into our hotel we got McDonalds for dinner and retired in the room for the ...
... were, and are lined by the names of those who died. We watched as the area became gently lit as darkness fell. We admired the newly opened One World Trade Center, next to the monument, and decided to go up it another day, when we could see the sky line in the day.
We took a walk down Wall Street and saw the infamous 'Charging Bull' statue nearby, as well as the Federal Hall, where George Washington was sworn in as the first President of the United ...
... of money.
From there we walked to 46th Street & 2nd Avenue. What was here? well nothing really. It is the setting in one of Jody's all time favourite books which was the home of the TET Corporation in one world and the home of The Rose in a parallel world. What book are we talking about? Stephen King's The Dark Tower of course. On the site is an actual tower block which is made of black glass. Of course in Jake's world it was just a vacant lot..... but that's a ...
... fast. It was bloody hot today. I felt sweaty 5 minutes after we set out. We were gone for a few hours, finished walking the high line and walked through the meat packing district. We stopped off at the English deli and the boys had pork pies Which are served cold...interesting. I just had a cold drink. We got the subway back home and I had to have a sleep. I had another show booked tonight and didn't want to fall asleep during. We went to Stephens for ...