Hotel Zero Degrees
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we headed to the Intrepid air, sea and space museum. This is on board the decommissioned aircraft carrier, Intrepid. It was enormous. We stood on the flight deck and looked at the display of planes. It wasn't that cold today.. Bit sad when 8c is a good thing! There were planes from different countries and different eras. Lots of fighter jets which Tony loved. We ...
... the theatre. The acting was amazing but I'm not sure I fully understood the play. A bit of research shows that there are many, many interpretations of it including religious, political, Freudian and Jungian interpretations... So not just me. After intermission the guy behind us says that Hugh Jackman had been in the queue for the men's bathroom... But we didn't see him. We then headed to Columbus circle for dinner and a ...
This morning we had tickets to the 9/11 Memorial Centre. It took us a bit to find exactly where it was as the whole area is a construction site with the new World Trade buildings being built.
We did the usual queuing thing and then had to go through a security check - Americans paranoid as usual.
There were 2 HUGE water pools/waterfalls in the exact spots that the twin towers stood with the names of the people who ...
... In the end I told him to go inside and headed back down to the street level. Meanwhile the boys and I checked out the views. It was all pretty amazing but no good for photos cos it was just too hazy.
From there we headed downtown to a music store that Si wanted to go to. The boys and I rested our feet in a cafe at a kids bookstore.
While we were walking around we came across an NBA store. John-Henry flipped ...
... and cornbread. I made a $5 bet with the boys that they wouldn't be able to eat it all, but they actually did! It was brilliant food - the best spareribs I've ever tasted!
We got talking to a lady at the next table. She was great - very full on. She gave us some tips of what to go and see and also on the whole tipping thing.
One thing about Harlem - there are so many churches. Everywhere! And we're not even here on a ...