Ramada East Hanover Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... s still so funny for me because we don't have them in Australia! They are almost like little cartoon characters!
After our big bike ride we went back to the hotel and had a nap. We woke up feeling groggy and totally unmotivated at about 8:30pm so we ordered some take away and called it a night. Even though there is only 5 hours difference between NY and London the jet lag took a good 3-4 days to wear off and feel normal again.
... delayed to 5.30pm but about 5 pm we were told that it was cancelled along with 5000 other flights, Scott got our flights rescheduled for Wed afternoon when the airports are supposed to be reopened. We managed to get the last shuttle bus back into NY & we had three other passengers as the guy had Emphesynia & his ...
... a walk through Times Square on the way back to the hotel just seemed right. The bright lights and general craziness of Time Square is a sight that needs to be seen to be believed. All around you there are masses of people rushing to and fro, street theatre on every corner and hawkers plying their trade. The energy is pulsating and electrifying and you can’t help but be caught up in the atmosphere. I doubt this place stops for one moment on any given day. ...
... believe that some of them need to be addressed by the government, but whatever you believe about 9/11, one thing is for sure. Nearly three thousand innocent people died that day and being here really drives home the human loss that can't really be felt from watching the events of that terrible day on the tv, viewed from the other side of the Atlantic. As I was leaving I walked over to look at the Survivor Tree. It's a pear tree that was found by a police ...
We leave the museum and take a walk down 5th Avenue, along Central Park. The rain has cleared so we enjoy some sunshine and the sights of 5th Ave. The fancy schmancy condos, FAO Schwartz where we saw the Big piano but the line was too long for us to be bothered to have a go, the Plaza hotel, the fancy schmancy shops such as Tiffanys, Armani and Gucci.
We round a corner and see St Regis. I've always wanted to have desert there so we go in. We are sooooo under ...