Marriott Saddle Brook
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Started the day in the usual way by dashing to Starbucks for coffee for me and the wife. We headed Downtown to the 23rd Street subway to see the Flatiron building. We came out of the station and couldn't see it anywhere. I was just about to ask someone who looked local as Lucy said "look up". There, right above our heads was the famous Flatiron Building. We did however have a chat with a local man; who I was just about to ask where it was. It turned out he worked for the ...
... lovely Japanese garden, beautiful ponds with lily pads, a colorful rose garden, and many other picturesque lawns with rows of trees. I took a lot of pictures and they will do a better job of describing the place than I ever will. Right next door to the garden is the Brooklyn Museum. This is quite a grand building much like the Met. There were many extensive exhibits that I enjoyed much more than the one yesterday. They had quite a great exhibit with ...
We made it back! Our flight was delayed for 3 hrs but we were happy to return home. As we landed, we got word the there were no more flights in or out of Israel from the US. Guess we just made it. We had started this trip as strangers and finished as friends. It will take time to internalize all that we have experienced before we can truly appreciate what we accomplished. Great trip! ...
... lined streets - not what we expected. They also say the shopping is very good in this area. Then it was on to the Bronx with no stops until we reached Yankee Stadium which is huge in itself. There was no games being played today so quite quiet. We then went to General Grants tomb which is a beautiful museliem and takes up some of the most expensive land in NYC. Over the road is the massive Riverside Church absolutely fantastic really beautiful. While we were there there was some ...
Today is Mother's Day. Mim missing the kids, but we are going to have an exciting day, exploring the lower reaches of Manhattan Island.
We wandered down Broadway, past lots of sights, including a resturant for Explorer's and Mad Scientists, naturally named, Jekyll and Hyde. Then we walked further until we reached the site of the World Trade Centre.
It took us a little time to find the entrance to the Memorial, lots ...