Holiday Inn Saddle Brook
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... He was a lovely chap and told us a bit about the building, including that the lifts were originally powered by water pistons. He had also visited England, but couldn't remember where he'd been. He tried his hand at our lingo for a 'cop' saying 'you call them bobbies don't you?' Maybe in the 20th century, yes. We had some lunch at the Flatiron Green Cafe (again thought it would be rude not to). The cafe was housed within a converter shipping container in the shadow of ...
... art that fascinates me so much. I was able to see papyrus with hieroglyphics that were almost 3,000 years old. I thought that was so cool! They also had a mummy chamber that included a display with cat scans to show what the inside of them looks like, and also talked about the different ways that the bodies were prepared for mummification. There was a wing dedicated to decorative arts that showcased period interior design from the 18th and ...
Our journey begins at JFK. Despite all of the negative media reports this past week, we are all here and eager to begin. There is good news and bad news. The good news is, because of the political situation, the plane is only half full. This means that we each get ...
... the organ it was all so hard to take in being so beautiful with wonderful stained windows. The trip back via Museum Drive is where all the museums are including the MET and the Gogenheim with lots of other smaller museums. An affluent area again with much old money in this area and very classy girls schools. Lunch was at Angelos Deli again back in Midtown - we were here on Monday and could not resist going back. Lots of walking again today but it was easier as it was not so hot. ...
... work continues around the site, the first of the New Towers is almost complete, the final stage of the memorial and Museum is under construction, and they have just started construction of the final tower. That said, we finally navigated our way through the labyrinth, and then we were within the memorial park. Like the memorial at the Pentagon, this was really understated, and very moving. It has been very well done.