Residence Inn Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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The main feature though is the two giant holes in the ground where the towers had stood. Now water features similar to waterfalls sit, they too were very calming. Well done New York, it could have been tacky but you made it something better than that.
The next day, as if on a mission to visit every one in the world, Bryan headed for the Apple store. He said he had a problem with an app on his phone but Jody thinks he just wanted an excuse to go there!
... would fit into the tablets. We would then use the tablets to upload all photos to our Dropbox account and wipe clean the memory card. This could take a massive amount of time if the internet connection was slow. We soon learnt to upload on a daily basis. We spent time researching everyday habits and customs in the countries we visited.
One common question of travelers is tipping. In New Zealand and Australia waiters are paid proper wages, unlike the US, and tips are ...
Monday April 13
Tonight we are suppose to have a Harbour Lights night cruise around the Statue of Liberty but on confirming, they only run them Fri, Sat. and Sun. So we have a whole free day and night to do what we please. Bradley and I have a cold and I have no voice so I can't talk as nothing comes out. Must have the New York bug..
We hail a taxi and it worked. We were taught the technique by the narrator on the bus to step off ...
... on Thursday, which we successfully picked out as the best weather for the week. Although it was still in negative temperatures, it was sunny with a solid blue sky, and very little wind. We took the subway out to Brooklyn, emerging at a beautifully decorated station right between the Museum and Botanical Gardens. Brooklyn has a huge amount of parkland designed by Central Park's designer, and it is more natural and wild in parts. Locals say you can actually get really lost! As ...
... Street, where the music was again first-class, with an Arvo Part organ prelude, and Palestrina Hodie Christus Natus Est Mass and motet. The homily was also memorable! Rev Dr Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones is a member of the Trinity Wall St (Episcopalian) team, a Jamaican and former Jesuit priest and missionary, and 'loves to write and talk Liberation Theology', according to his biog. He is also a charismatic speaker, and without any notes, gave what must have been a ...