Marriott Islandia Long Island
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... behind it..and what, you're just gonna plan this and not tell me?!" (....Kayla told her mom I was going and her mom told my mom...TOO small of a world we live in!)
That night my mom and I browsed the CCS website for like 2 hours, (honestly, the homepage itself wants to make you book a trip !) and finally my mom looked at me and again her exact words she said"you have to go..."
We didn't book it immediately, we had called CCS about a million times a ...
... head to the World Trade Center & 9/11 Memorial. As we were leaving we stumbled across Tiffany's, which I was devastated to discover was closed on Sundays.
Was good to visit the World Trade Center & see the new One World Trade Center building which at 1,776 feet tall, is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Last time Sam visited NY they were laying the foundations so he was amazed to see it now.
Next we returned to ...
... elaborate on that a little: One night I wandered around with my macarons in hand and ended up by the Notre Dame. It's so beautifully lit at night, I tried to capture this with my camera. The VERY next morning I was at the Musee D'Orsay and saw Maximellien Luce's painting of the Notre Dame and just stared at it. I tried to think about why I thought that this was so beautiful to me. I was just there the ...
... and data). I didn't buy anything exciting, except for Long Island (brand) Iced Tea from some super-expensive organic boutique supermarket (ugh!). It was delish mind you, although not remotely alcoholic.
Now it's today (the 16th?), I am suffering from jetlag and woke up at 11am, missing the last shuttle to the train station. Alas, no city trip today...luckily I can go into Huntington again at 1.30, maybe I'll buy a cell phone this time...or some more of that iced tea.