Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
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WE DID: - walked through Central Park, round the reservoir to the American Museum of Natural History - fought our way through hoards of overexcited school kids to go round the exhibitions, seeing more dinosaur bones and taxidermic animals then we ...
... serendipity in which a series of fortunate events created my very own 'fairytale of New York'... After a long day exploring some of New York's sights, we arrived back at our rather lugubrious digs in Queens, at which point my esteemed travelling companion declared that he was too 'whacked' to go to the baseball match that I had organised tickets for a few weeks earlier. I didn't, at the time, consider this to be overly fortuitous, but as will become clearer in the fullness of ...
... we have nothing planned but some ideas of things to do and see. We have seven days to wander the streets of Barcelona, taking in the sights and drinking up the culture. We may even take a day trip by train to another smaller city. This will be a different way of traveling for us, but we are always up for a new ...
... Finally, we found a nice local bar in the East Village called Sigmund Pretzel shop, and finally had some pretzels! We shared a truffle cheese and a cinnamon sugar one. Dev also had a local cider, and I had a local IPA. All very good! We are both back at the apartment now for an early night, as we have a train in the morning at 7 AM to Washington. We have both thoroughly enjoyed New York, and for me it lived up to all expectations :) On to the next stop on our adventure! ...
... but this is by far one of the best memorials I have ever visited. It's so calming and peaceful. The names of all the victims killed that day including those who died in the bombing in the Trade Centre car park in 1993 are engraved around the water feature. I then headed inside the museum which was only opened in spring 2014. The museum shows how the events unfolded that day, from NBC reporting on the north tower being hit, to recollections of New Yorkers who ...