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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... Quite hilarious to watch. We decided to head down again to the Empire State Building and take a look at the view at night. It was well worth it. A stunning view across the whole city, and way out across Brooklyn to the Atlantic and right up Long Island. The Manhattan skyline was incredible. We stayed again quite a while. It was 11.15 ish by the time we got up there and if anything it was busier than during the day. Caught the F train back uptown and home. Exhausted after another full ...
... we were finished. Having Nanny and Pepere's hotel room was fantastic. We showered, changed, and got organized. Timing was perfect; when we were done recovering, the car Dave had reserved arrived to whisk us (at an average of 8 miles an hour) to JFK. I really can't believe how smooth the JFK end was. We got checked-in, bags dropped, and through security in about 20 minutes. I always expect the worst, planning at least an hour, so this was a pleasant surprise. The ...
... for some reason when I suggest a quick stroll - but this one really was) around the streets of Staten Island and a glimpse of Manhattan's skyscrapers from another angle and we were back on the return ferry. (JY here- if I hadn't overruled my wife we would have missed the ferry). Those of you of a certain age will remember a recording from the 70s of the Desiderata. Think back to that voice and the calm, measured tones with which it was ...
18 days into 2015 and we have already moved out of our Kew flat packed all our belongings into a 100sq ft storage containment in Richmond and travelled over to the USA.
Here's our first blog entry of our travels...
15 January 2015
After running around, condensing belongings and grabbing last minute currency we were at the Gatwick ...
... in NY) such an incredible collection of dino bones, and recreated dinos - I particularly liked the Triceratops (I think probably my favourite dinosaur) but the whole collection was amazing. Then we went on to look at the South Pacific collection with the big stone head (what's he called again? I will remember by the end of the blog I am sure). We quickly checked out a few other areas but we spent quite a bit of time in South America. Luis was telling me ...