Residence Inn Saddle River
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and it is true. We only have to remember 57th Street and 9th Avenue to find our way back to the Hotel. Too easy. There was a great big electric fan sitting in the room when we walked in, yay.
The walk to Times Square was pretty amazing, with all the high rise and tower blocks and all those elusive coffee shops, cafes, diners and restaurants. Looks like we had just walked in the wrong direction first up... again. Times Square ...
... even today. We thought we'd go too the 911 museum but there was a huge queue so we decided to leave this for another day. As Freedom Tower was right there we thought we'd take a look around and go up to the observation deck. No queue there. Tickets in hand and through security we made our way to the lift for the observation deck. The lift took us up 102 stories in 28 seconds. You could hardly feel that you were moving. There was a short presentation about Freedom ...
... lunch. We walked around Ellis Island, it got really boring for me and my feet eventually started hurting. I wanted to go back to the hotel, but we didn't. After Ellis Island, we went to the 9/11 memorial. It was so sad but so nice to see everything that the people who built the memorial had done. We finally got back to the hotel and we all were getting peckish so we went to the nearest shop and got some snacks. Today was pretty cool, cya, ...
I really didn't think it possible to have a more remarkable day on the water than what we had yesterday, but today was a once in a lifetime experience for both of us.
We docked last night in Newburgh, NY and took a cab to procure some provisions for the boat. Our cab driver, Heather, turned out to ...
... and whatnot, but Daphne's favorite was a roaming exhibit on tardigrades - microscopic critters with a serious case of uglies. Dave and Anne preferred the "greatest hits" of the movies, like the gum-gum dum-dum Easter Island head, Rexy the Dinisaur, and Teddy Roosevelt. We made it about three hours before will-power and feet gave out, so we headed back to the ...