Ramada Rochelle Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Rochelle Park
We stayed here for three nights as part of our NYC trip. Our tour group provided shuttle service between the hotel and Times Square.
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... Trade Centre and 9/11 memorial. The 2 memorial pools are a somber reminder that they occupy the footprint of the 2 buildings that were destroyed during the attack. They are very tastefully designed and are inscribed with the names of the victims. The newest World Trade building constructed after 9/11 is just called Building One. The exterior is all glass and we were amazed at the window cleaners doing their work. I suspect just after ...
... in it (being lactose intolerant that would be the worst thing to get) so he got something else instead. I had a couple of bites and it was delish!
We hadn't explored central park properly so we rented out a couple of bikes and cruised around. It seems that all the other tourist in NY decide to do this too so it was very busy but somehow it worked on their one way road system around the park. It was a great way to ...
... Liberty were closed. No tour buses operating, not too many stores are open, but the subway is running again, so we jump in the red line to catch the Staten Island Ferry which will at least give us a view of the French Lady. Finally all of New York City is getting back to normal, there is traffic on the road and things are open. Went to a Broadway Play, with Hugh Jackman, only at an a length away. Got up early on our last day to view New York from the top of the Empire State ...
One night before we left Australia, I was sitting at home thinking about organising a night at a Broadway show. After all, Marion had given plenty of not-so-subtle hints about it. You know the kind – "it doesn't matter what else we do, we have to go see a Broadway show" – the ones that are not easily missed!
So I started organising tickets to see Wicked, at the Gershwin Theatre. I probably should have asked what she wanted to see, but I ...
... to all her family were scribbled onto this piece of A4 paper. I was shaking my head in disbelief in what I was seeing when I read the plaque underneath and realised this letter was actually donated to the museum by the lady herself. She had survived. Many others weren't so lucky. I saw another piece of paper written by someone trapped above an impact area. It stated the person's name and how many people he was with and had specks of blood on it. It had ...