Dolce Basking Ridge
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... one), but delicious. From Union Square we walked down to the 9/11 Memorial - it was quite an emotional feeling. I was only 12 at the time, but I'll never forget waking up and seeing the front page of the Southland Times. The memorials are quite beautiful - it was an international competition for which people could send in their ideas. The new towers are quite impressive too. From there we went to the financial district (Wall Street - didn't see Leo or ...
... a dramatic backdrop with the sun cowering behind black thunderous clouds. Andy regretted his cocktail choice called Secret Garden. It consisted of gin, kalamata-infused vermouth, oregano and tarragon and basically just tasted of olives with a big kick of alcohol. We made sure Andy visited the "exhibitionist" toilets before we left and headed for dinner at Recette.
Boy were we about to be in for a treat! It ...
Last day in New York. This morning we headed off to the 9/11 Museum. They suggest that you need 3 hours to see everything. We were there for 6!! It was extremely moving and a very impressive presentation of information. They had several visual displays and a 20 minute movie where they had interviewed people responsible for the decision making on the day including President Bush. There was a lot of photos and film footage that I had not seen before. There ...
... I make a mental note not accept Coffee, tea or creamed rice desert... My frantic hand signals to CJ are ignored and I am left to suffer in silence.. This process recurred about every 1/2 hour for the full 14 1/2 hour flight... Must be a marvelous dairy industry in China.. Long and fatiguing is the only way I can describe the experience.. We finaly arrived at JFK 12:30 NY time - 24:30 Perth time The transition through immigration ...
... off with some housekeeping by picking up our washing from across the road on 9th Avenue. Later we would find that we would be short on a few socks and jocks after this load, and reasoned that our smalls must be now living in another's draw by now. After completing these domestic duties we completed the lower portion of the High Line that we didn't finish yesterday, the stroll culminating at the Chelsea Markets where there were many boutique book shops and eateries. ...