The Olde Mill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and days in the desert, something I am truly looking forward to. Following, we will travel to Marrakesh, which is where we will be spending our last few days shopping, unwinding and exploring before returning to Casablanca for our flight back home.
Wow... I am SO excited! I will be bringing my tablet with me so I can hopefully do some updating while I am in Africa. I look forward to updating and sharing this wonderful adventure with you! :)
... with joy, we headed over to the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Spending a quick 2 hours in the very well illustrated and respectful museum, we saw several remains of the twisted steel from both towers, dismantled fire trucks, and unnerving photos of jumpers and injured survivors. To enjoy our last night in New York we went to Nobu (fancy Japanese restaurant) and had a wonderful 4-course dinner before heading back to our hotel to pack-up for travel to Washington tomorrow.
... wind) I walked up to the natural history museum.
The museum of natural history is impressive and though I tried to find all of the references to 'night at the museum', there were some disappointments. No Teddy on a horse, no mini Romans or cow boys and no Egyptian mummies. The displays are all very well looked after and I could have spent a whole day there.
As I am a big fan of folk music and am currently reading Dave van Ronk's biography, I had to ...
... from Hungary and a very tasty sparking rosé from La France! And the show ... If/Then ... The story of a woman's life as she plays out different options that might have been if she had chosen something different - if she'd gone the next day to the park and not met her husband, if she decided to put her career ahead of family, if if if. I quite enjoyed it ... although I did get a bit tired of some pointless chorus choreography in a few spots. ...
... heading to lunch, we headed to 23rd street in Flatiron district area and a place called hill country BBQ market, which we knew about before getting to NYC. It was a BBQ meat place where you order what meats you want from one counter, then off to another to get side etc. We had Jalapeņo cheese sausage, brisket, pork rib and beef shoulder with sides of beans and burnt ends and pinto beans with something or another in it. Everything was amazing and we washed it down with ...