Holiday Inn Saddle Brook
Travel Blogs from Saddle Brook
... and we also had fantastic seats 3 rows from the front on the first level. They had a DJ to get the energy of the crowd going, then an introduction song from the show band, then Capone came out. He was really funny and very quick witted throughout the night. There was a kids section next up which included talented kids aged from 9 to 15 years of age and boy, some of them had such amazing voices...voices that you would associate with adults! Then ...
... to Rockerfella centre where we got out and walked around. All of the buildings around the plaza are part of Rockafella and made of the same stone. There are the flags of the Nations and the walkway denotes the English Channel, they change the garden through it every 4 weeks. It's also where the New York Christmas tree is located along with the ice skating rink but today they have tables and chairs and a restaurant during the summer months. We watched the NBC filming ...
With only a day remaining and most of the sightseeing done and dusted, it was time to organise the final leg of the journey. Rochester after all, was the focus of the trip so it was time to dial in on what lay ahead. The train would leave Penn at 10 20am the next morning and it was critical I was totally prepared. With not enough room to swing the proverbial in m room I was anxious to repack my provisions in readiness for the ensuing train trip. Having added ...
... had booked in advance to go and see the world trade centre twin towers memorial and the September 11 official photographers museum for this day. We started off at the memorial which was a very special tribute to all those that had died, they were 2 massive fountains place in ground zero going into the ground with the names of everyone who died. It was really lovely to see it all but very sad & was scary getting the subway there as many people did that day & realise ...
... t of seen most of the amazing sights if it were not for him and Chris. xx
Our last night in the city was finished off with a 3am Subway ride back up to the hotel (upper west side) and it really made us realise that the city doesn't sleep. There were old ladies with their shopping bags! Just like in the day time......all kinds of people just getting on with their daily (or nightly) stuff. amazing! What a city! What a first week!
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