Homewood Suites By Hilton Edgewater - NYC Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to areas that looked green or blue. So our first stop was the Catskills (green). They are located 100 miles North East of NYC and are a 700,000 acre forest preserve. We were driving through with no fixed plans, or a place to stay for the night, just enjoying the scenery. We stumbled across Joma's Cafe, which had a wooden porch at the front where we sat in total peace and enjoyed our coffee whilst chatting to ...
... However, without being tight with our money we still managed to get around the city and to see everything we wanted to.
It helped knowing we will be back in NYC in a couple of weeks after our trip upstate, so we could relax a little knowing we didn't have to ram absolutely everything into 4 days.
It was my 25th visit to NYC (Rachael), the cars looked smaller and less ...
... take-out pizza. Thank goodness he went with the small because the pizza is enormous (and delicious) and we enjoy it in the park with Marty. I don't know if it's better than everywhere else in the world, but it is delicious and a beautiful day and we enjoy it.
After a relaxing interlude watching the park-goers, we head back to the subway and go on uptown. Paul has been bitterly disappointed that everywhere we have gone in America, we have missed ...
... the rear of the aircraft carrier. We both enjoyed this exhibition thoroughly. It took us about 3 hours to view the exhibit.
We then enjoyed the CITY LINE FULL ISLAND SIGHTSEEING CRUISE which took 2.5hrs to totally circumnavigate Manhattan Island. We cruised past the One World Trade Centre, Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, helicopter pad for the President, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Rockefeller ...
... tasty; a nice balance of ham, not too much bechamel sauce and a hearty portion of cheese.
After lunch I walked down to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. I didn’t buy tickets ahead of time, as I had checked for a few days prior and did not see any evidence of times being sold out, so I took my chances. It turned out to be fine—I arrived a little after noon and was able to get 12:30pm tickets. The line to get in moved rather slowly but eventually I was inside. ...