Holiday Inn New York City - Wall Street
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Flying into New York at night was a fantastic idea. I had the window seat & watched the sunset of orange & red with the full moon guiding us in over a city with so many pretty lights I was gobsmacked. As we got off the plane & headed for the baggage hall a golf cart was waiting by chance to take us to the baggage claim area so we hopped on board. Right place right time & we sailed smoothly past all the other folk walking the very, very ...
... Tower, Brooklyn Bridge and lots more.
We then explored the Intrepid Air Craft Carrier and, really cool, took a guided tour of the famous Concorde airplane. We actually sat in one of the seats!!!! And in the cockpit!!! It was fantastic.
In addition, the Intrepid is filled with history, especially of WWII and Vietnam. We definitely recommend it if you enjoy airplanes ...
... my hand, asking me if I was playing anywhere else, and did I have a CD or a card and was I online. I answered his gushy probing with humble good grace and mentally added yet another convert to my plans for world domination. Another 3 million more should do it, I mused, shaking his hand a second time and waving good-bye. "Nice chatting," I said to his girlfriend as they departed. I looked round at the busker who was looking down into his guitar case at the crumpled twenty ...
Time to pack up and say goodbye Europe, can't believe we are already in the final week of the trip. Watch out America here we come..... Rainy walk to station then train to Zurich airport before boarding our Swiss flight to JFK Airport in NYC. On the plane it was a boring flight, but we got to watch some movies. When we got off we were too tired to do anything because we lost 5 hours on the plane then we arrived in JFK airport were we had a eye scan and a finger print scan unfortunately ...
... gathering is a chance to invite those serving and those being served together in a sensational recognition of our common identity, and our common humanity. It's not about "community service" or even "helping others" nearly so much as it is about creating something deeper, fuller, and longer-lasting - community. In a special and unique way we will have the privilege this evening to be a part of this awesome celebration...just us, and 400 of our closest ...