Radisson Hotel New Rochelle
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Banquet room
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... the crash zone on the north tower was able to escape. The man's brother was never recovered. Both stories were amazing and still obviously difficult for these two to speak about. The 9/11memorial museum is mostly run by volunteers and all those volunteers have a story from that day, either through surviving it, some are family members of those lost, emergency service personal, or witnessing it, they are ...
The course was initially designed by Lawrence Van Etten and was completed in 1905. It quickly became famous for both its beauty and the cruelty of its hilly terrain. English golf pro Harry Vardon dubbed the 18th hole, also known as "cardiac hill," as "one of the greatest" he ever played. Over the years Wykagyl has attracted a number of prominent golf pros including George Duncan, Walter Hagen, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, ...
Today was a great day! When I got out of bed I was so exited to to try out the room service for breakfastl, I couldn't help myself but to order a delicious serving of pancakes. The pancakes that this hotel prepares are just amazing.
Now for the best bit of the day. After I had my pancakes I headed off to the 9/11 tribute centre. I caught a taxi there. I absolutely loved the ...
... got to the top of the hill and to the entrance of Fort Tryon Park. There was a spectacular view over that part of the city which is a neighborhood called Inwood. And what else is there a spectacular view of? THE SUBWAY EXIT IF I HAD USED THE ELEVATOR! I couldn't believe it. Se la vie. Luckily, the rest of the way was slightly downhill. I walked through beautiful Fort Tryon Park in a setting that made me feel like I was in the middle of nowhere. ...
... was one of the lucky ones to receive a visa that day. Every time a passport with a visa inside was brought out into the gloomy basement of the consulate, the entire group of waiting travelers cheered. The consulate officials were stony-faced and grouchy, but less overtly evil than the folks at CKGS.
I saw one Indian man pitch a fit at the consulate official behind the counter, and receive a visa on the spot. She had just told him he’d have to come back the ...