Paris Suites Hotel New York
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... big deals, shows of cultures and
governments from around the world, displays of technological innovation by
industry, and shows of what the future world was likely to hold. If people were
to buy into the exhibits of the 1964-1965 fair, they would have thought by our
current age we’d all be living in a world that resembles the Jetsons cartoon in
our flying cars and self-cleaning houses and taking our vacations on the moon,
but no one then ...
... that is probably unheard of. Airports are trying to get flights back to normal today - the news I watched suggested most of the backlog would be sorted Wednesday. We fly out Thursday so are hoping all is back to normal. While we are open to staying longer - we don't want it to be in an airport!!! Today we decided to take the Staten Island Ferry across the Hudson River and back again. It's a free service and goes past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis ...
... Centre and next door 911 memorials. There is no cost for entry and the area is open. A lot of people at the sites. Each of the two sites is totally taken up by a square in the ground with a waterfall on all four sides. The name of all the deceased are around the side. Ang wanted to lay a poppy and asked one of the staff. He said it could be layed on a name or the survivors tree. The survivors tree is a tree that was found buried, little more than a stump with very stumpy ...
... blared out "Welcome To New York" we took the New Jersey Turnpike and then the Lincoln Tunnel. I made one wrong turn and boom! Right in the middle of Times Square on a Saturday night at 9pm. It was utter mayhem. Dazzling bright lights everywhere, yellow cabs and NYPD cop cars zooming past in a blaze of sirens and lights.
There were literally thousands of people milling around. I'd always wanted to come here but not driving a massive beast of a Jeep, ...
... clothes, and get to the park! That evening the New York Philharmonic was giving a free concert in Prospect Park. This week they are doing a park concert in every borough in NYC. I couldn't miss this opportunity and decided to fight the crowds for such a special occasion. I knew it was about a 20 minute walk to the park. Little did I know that I was to walk nearly another mile walk INTO the park to get to the concert venue. When I came over the hill there were ...