La Guardia Inn
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... one place I wanted to go and that was of course Central Park. Everything else was a secondary, nice-to-have but non-essential touring experience, but the Park was important, I wanted time enough to do it properly. I entered from Central Park West, walking for a while beside these huge, dank rocks that came from who knows where and, in their dark green slickness, reminded me of the volcanic edifice of Edinburgh Castle beneath the ubiquitous Scottish mist. I was ...
... couple side-tables that are very short with two drawers. Our beds are very low but pretty comfortable much to my surprise. After a day, we were able to make it start feeling like home (for the next few months at least).
While looking out the window, I randomly saw two people leaving the apartment across from ours- it's apparently one of the guys' FFE houses. The two girls that had come out were quickly ringing our doorbell and I immediately freaked out and yelled ...
... in we decided to go for a stroll down to Times Square,that was such a **** call,it was packed like a sardine can,we could barely get from one street too another.We made the mistake of going into toys r us,we got stuck in there for half an hour and when we finally got out we decided to get a hotdog and head back to our hotel. so after a not so great night sleep due to sirens and people walking outside our room, we got up around 8 and battled the freezing cold and walked 10 minutes ...
... towering above the skyline.
The fountains marking the location of the original twin towers were lit and the wind and rain made the image quite eerie and forlorn. We ventured in doors to the museum and were greeted with airport type security. We then descended down some stairs into a cavernous space which marked the start of the museum. At first we thought there wasn't much to it as we moved around the sparsely filled space. As we ...
... course everyone was stopping to take pictures of the views. Its another great way to see the city. I had already gone across the bridge on bike when I came to NYC with the girls last year but it was nice to do it on foot too. After crossing the bridge we made our way to the WTC 9/11 Memorial. The new WTC is breathtaking and looks like it goes on forever. The tall buildings around it look miniscule in comparison. The memorial is very somber and I think absolutely perfect for what it ...