Holiday Inn Totowa
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Well the storm to end all storms did not eventuate overnight - which was actually good. I can't really imagine what 2 feet of snow across the city might look like. It was a very weird day today. The only people out are the tourists and anyone unlucky enough to have to work. Schools were closed and most small businesses. Wall Street was closed. Some large stores opened at midday and pharmacies were open. Starbucks' across the city were closed all day - ...
... wanted to check out Roosevelt and his American Museum of Natural History in New York. It was really something to behold, with many different floors, with everything from elephants to dinosaurs, from the Cossacks to the Aboriginal peoples. I felt particularly attached to the moose on display, who made me feel right at home. If you’re ever in New York, it’s definitely worth checking out! The reputation of the New York Met Museum of Art preceded ...
... Queue to get to security pint, Queue to gt headsets, Queue to get tickets, Queue to get to photo booth, Queue to give tickets and go through turnstile, Queue to get on the ride (a 4D ride), 3 stages to get on the ride, which was then ****. Queue to get to lift - part 1, 2, 3 and then Finally on a lift that only went to the 80th floor - arghhhh. Queue to get round the floor and back into another queue for lift to ...
The drive to NYC was long and pretty scary, we actually ended up driving in downtown Manhattan thanks to the 1980s sat nav. We said goodbye to our amazingly economic Toyota at JFK (did over 1000 miles on about $75, which is about £40)! Had another amazing suite at London NYC, which we managed to ruin the bathroom of with Halloween prosthetics. Halloween was awesome with EVERYONE dressed up...unfortunately we didn't wait long enough to get in the parade (not for ...
... the square is Tiffany's. Oh don't mind if I do. Mr T. My eyes light up, I'm like a kid in a candy store, I know what I am looking for but there is 6 floors to shop around and my it would be rude not too, it becomes to much for the one day shopping so I will need to pay it another visit on my return from Texas. We are now en route to. Grand Central Station although it is a very stunning building it is a lot smaller than it looks in the pictures. We stand against a wall and ...