Sheraton Mahwah Hotel
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... connection has been working ansd just when I have needed it a bus or a subway station has turned up!
So, the helicopter trip. OMG. It was such an awesome thing to do and really gave perspective to the size of Manhattan - it is truly huge! We flew from the heliport at the bottom of Manhattan all the way up to the top of Queens enjoying the full depth of buildings, parks, 9/11 memorial etc etc. The timing ...
... and we are treated to a picture of a plate with a butcher knife under water. The woman takes the knife and returns to the boy where, yes, you guessed it, she stabs him with it as the sonnet ends. The sonnet was 73--"When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes..." which ends with a soaring image of love and hope. Go figure. This was my winner of "most completely irreelevant and idiotic stage **** of the night," but Kenny's choice was my ...
... art, with many of my favourites represented. Cezanne, Miro, Picasso, Mondrian, Matisse, Monet, Ernst, Klimt, Monet, Lichtenstein, Warhol... they are all here.There was also a fabulous exhibition of Toulouse-Lautrec, some interesting graphics, sculptures, interiors and modern inventions.
Brilliant, MOMA, brilliant.
What on earth could top that?
Jette won the shopping prize by a mile, but I had been on the lookout for a NYC ...
... was the highest structure visible on the New York skyline, at 93 metres tall. For many new immigrants to American it was one of the first things they saw in their new country and has become an iconic symbol for Liberty recognized worldwide. Next stop was Ellis Island. More than 12 million immigrants were processed through Ellis Island during the peak immigration period of late 1800s to early 1900s. Some, like the Irish, came to escape famine, others from ...
... line for the actual elevator up. By the time we got up there it was a good half hour beyond what our slated time was so we had all but missed the day scene and now the sun was down although there was moderate daylight left but it was almost time for the lights to come up and people were mobbed at least 5 deep all around both levels. I was told there was a party on the lower level so I think possibly we should have been spread out over a ...