Ramada Rockville Centre
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... line subway to the World Trade Centre and Century 21 to shop, shop, shop.
First stop was the MAC Makeup counter at Century 21 and we were served by Desiree. What amazing service, she spent about an hour with us. We bought so much beautiful makeup. 3 Lipsticks, 2 BB creams, blusher, mascara and we're given gifts of 3 travel mascaras.... A fabulous experience.
We then had lunch across the road at ...
... it's untrue. I went into one at Macy's the other day & it flushed itself a whole three times during my supposedly short visit. I just wasn't quick enough for the average New Yorker woman; who don't seem to hang around for as long as we seem to in the UK. But then, given the reasons I've described, you can literally see why. Tim had been given a list of things the children wanted & like a desperate Dad on Christmas Eve, he was on a ...
... choreographed show to the music. There was a small screen showing an actual performance. It was unbelievably cool. The exhibit on Latin American art from today left me scratching my head and remembering the words of Andy Warhol, 'art is what you can get away with'. Photography was not allowed in the museum so I had to write down what I saw in order to share it here. Use your imagination if you will. There was a large canvas with three ...
... to level 3 to watch a short film in 9/11. America is crisis. President Bush, Condi Rice, Rudolph Giuliani and others spoke of the events just before and then during the attacks. It was the best I had ever heard Bush speak. It was a great museum but very sad.
I couldn't take photos inside the museum, you were allowed, I just couldn't bring myself to.
Afterwards we wondered the shoreline and then got some lunch. It ...
... Since we had a bit of time we went to Ellen's Diner for an adult dinner! It is really famous for their singing waiters. I'm not quite sure what the kids thought of it since it was very loud but we all loved it. All the staff took turns singing between serving dinner, which was pretty great. For those of you thinking about coming here, do not try a root beer float. Just gross. And then we found ourselves heading to Wicked. We were in the very first row in the very ...