Red Roof PLUS+ Secaucus/Meadowlands
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The day I landed again here, both - Ananda and I decided to meet and head out for dinner. But due to her blunders, she made long unwanted trips before she could come to Waldorf. Hence was totally exhausted. We greeted each other and headed out for dinner. Since it was already too late, there were very few restaurants open for dinner. After walking around the streets, we found ...
... the size of a minibus.
We then moved into the main hall which depicted the time line leading up to the morning, what happened on the morning of 911 and the time afterwards. Flight paths, cockpit recorder details, videos, security footage, text messages from people in buildings, in aircraft.
We didn't fell emotional or upset at all, but we were amazed at the enormity of the incident and the detail and intricacy of rebuilding such ...
... and why were we blessed with a beautiful day. Not a cloud in the sky. Although I've been before, its still as incredible as the first time. Once again, it is not exaggerated on tv or films. Taxis, lights, signs, massive tv screens, hustling and bustling or tourists, workers, promoters, horns, music. So much to look at at. Vic guided us to the 'Red Steps', which he explained is the main meeting point in Time Square. From the Red Steps you can see the full view of Time Square as it ...
... Day 5: I have always wanted to spend some time in Central Park to explore it but my other visits here have always involved too much drinking so Central Park was either a pit stop or completely missed (Pham can attest to my last attempt at trying to get to Central Park…). But this time, we get to spend a couple of hours here and I'm excited to finally explore the park properly.
We get the metro today since our feet are tired from yesterday. We get off 96th St and set out. ...
... Building. It also allowed Emma's satnav to kick in ready to March Sandra round hundreds of blocks later in the day.
On approach to the hotel, we were less than impressed with the outward exterior but found the inside far better and it was situated a couple of blocks west of Times Square. Sandra's fear of not being fed soon disappeared as she realised quite quickly that you will never go hungry in New York and that you can have any type of food you want on any corner.