Ramada Wayne Fairfield Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The exhibitions made me think of so many things as I descended, how the worst moments in history can actually feel physically heavier, how they gather at the bottom of all hours of all days, accumulating in basements and darkness and retribution. I wondered if it was a coincidence that my ticket for 3:30 pm was called a 'bottom of the hour' ticket? So much about 9/11, and what happened after, was controversial and messy and misguided. The complexity of causality can be ...
We were kept awake for quite a few nights during December with a number of protests which lined the street of Manhattan. They were rallying over Police brutality in Ferguson, Missouri, and the death of Eric Garner at the hands of the Police. The Grand Jury had announced no verdicts in both cases which sparked the protests. The whole country has been gripped by these stories which really has shown the race and wealth division in the US.
... the Union Square area. We took the Subway to get there, and I think New York wins (over London, Paris and Rome) for heat, bumpiness and congestion... Not a pleasant experience at all (although it is Friday night). Momofuku was brilliant - it is an Asian-Fusion sharing style, kind of similar to King of Snake in Christchurch, but probably a bit more fine-dining. Tomorrow we will do Wall Street end of town, and hopefully the Staten Island ...
... one day. I'm not sure when it was exactly, but some time ago when I watched the film again, I realised that he was stood on one of the twin towers. I may not get to go up the twin towers, but when you're in New York you're unlikely to run out of things to do. I arrived at JFK airport on Sunday night. Apart from India, I think I've experienced the biggest culture shock here. It was pretty late when I arrived, so I didn't see much, but I ...
... Queensland style homes. It was quiet compared to the city I was just in and it felt peaceful. I enjoyed chatting to Oscar and learning about the area and his background. We went to the comic book shop and I was very star struck. The shop is also a reality T.V. show called ‘Comic book Men’ and behind the desk was Mike Zapcic, one of the actors. I was so excited and I had no idea what type of freak Oscar thought I was. Eventually I bought some things and when ...