Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
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A wonderful place to stay. The employees are attentive to anything one might need. Nearly always friendly.
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We arrived in New York very late on the 4th November. We were staying with Rob's aunt, uncle and cousins just outside the city in Rye. They moved to America 9 years ago. They have a dog called Tily who gets very excitable so it took me a while to relax. I don't really know what to do with dogs especially jumpy one's lol. We had a quick catch up with Angus and Jeanine before heading to bed.
The following day we planned to head into the ...
... booth and call through to the hostess, who then opened a panel to the bad on the other side. Apparently once you're in its nothing fantastic, but intriguing watching these people sneak through. On our way home we perfectly timed our run to finally try some juniors cheesecake - sooooooo good!! And as we were leaving the theatres started emptying out and the line was down the street. Lucky we got there ...
... s still a bit early for dinner so we go to a bar and have a drink in happy hour. Paul gets chatting to one of the people from the protest march who gives us the number (great to see such a worthy cause so well supported) and then we both get talking to a group of young people who now live in NY but are from Tennessee. They have the same opinion as us about Memphis (not much going on there) and tell us that Nashville is great. Shame we missed it. They talk a lot about ...
... flow of water falling into a hole in the centre. Engraved along the edge of each pool are the names of all the victims of the 9/11 attacks. Those alone are pretty moving, but there are plenty more tributes inside the museum.
At $24 each to get in, we aren't the only people who have criticised the price. In the end though, it was worth it. It wasn't a pleasant experience, far from it, but being there, in the spot where the majority of the victims died, made it ...
... with a very thin pastry base and a creme fraiche spread instead of tomato. No forks allowed, you roll the slices and eat with your fingers. The traditionelle Ie tarte flambé is creme fraiche, onion and bacon. I added mushrooms and gruyere chese. I would have liked to have tried the apple and cinnamon tarte for dessert but could not fit it in. These guys also did a very powerful cosmopolitan - lots of vodka, lots of ...