Holiday Inn Totowa
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Maybe the cold is good, I'm not obsessing about driving British style at the moment. I am hoping that pure desire will get rid of this cold. That's possible, right?!
I feel super ******. My head feels like it is going to ...
... Trade Center, which was incredible to see. As we walked away, the snow began falling so we decided to stop for a coffee along the water and watch the ferries and ice flows pass by. We then made the decision lunch was needed so walked over to Chinatown for soup dumplings at Joes's Shanghai. After we finished lunch at 3:45, we walked though Little Italy and SoHo to the Paulner beer hall for a stein of beer. After a few hours passed by, we walked ...
... coming from breakfast near Christopher Street, led us near to the Ed Sullivan Theatre, where there was a sign advertising a ballot for tickets to that afternoon's taping of David Letterman's program. We decided to put forward our names, and had to phone back an hour later to see if our names had been pulled out of the hat, so we headed off as planned to MOMA, but filled in the time at the bookshop, admiring the sculpture garden, and chatting to David Marr and his ...
... We battled for a few minutes. A little way in and we became person locked in a massive crowd. We could not move in any direction. Such is the popularity of the Rockefeller tree. Eventually we battled our way out, almost toppling an Elmo and Mickey Mouse character on the way. We gave up on the tree and thought the observation deck might be better. But it wasn't. We found the ticket queue and the lift queue and again became crowd locked. So we gave up.
... M Store in Times Square, we were picked up at the pier. We braved the elements to ride the bus on the top level to get the best pictures we could considering the obstacles. I labeled pictures that were not self-explanatory. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum were our goal. The sight of the new World Trade Center One was like a beacon drawing us in. At first, they were going to call it the Freedom Tower but they decided World Trade Center One was more fitting. The fountains ...