Sheraton Mahwah Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with 20% the expected rate. Some restaurants even include in the bill. Day three spent time in Central Park, Staten Island to see the Statue of Liberty and Bloomingdales. We also went to see a very small but excellent museum "Ground Zero Museum". It feature photos taken after 9/11 and the work undertaken to find the bodies of the victims. It was a very sad tour especially the realisation that all of the dogs that helped in the finding of bodies died as a result of the ...
... was the most technologically advanced nation in the world. Perhaps my expectations are skewed.
New Yorkers are a funny bunch. On the one hand they are eager to please and will help you if you ask. On the other hand, they talk about themselves............. a lot. They are inclined to listen less and talk a whole lot more. The lady whose apartment we are sharing is lovely, friendly and helpful, but she knows absolutely nothing about us at all. However, we know ...
... got on the 3.48pm train back to Pennsylvania Station and New York. We got a seat, but it ended up quite crowded, and people were standing up as the train picked up more along the line. Whilst walking through Pennsylvania station, we noticed a KMart store in the arcade ! That was a surprise, as when we went in, it opened out into quite a large store. We had a good look around and bought a new duffle bag with wheels and a handle, to ...
... the train back into Manhattan and go to Greenwich Village...where there is a new Stumptown, LOL. I didn't feel like I could walk another step at this point, so scrunched in on a bench between two tables and read for a while, managed to drag myself through Washington Square Park and found a subway stop to head to Chinatown.
I knew I wasn't going to go anywhere for dinner, so asked ...
... process similar to the airport screenings. It was really over the top. Security and police officers everywhere, and then you get three different people checking your pass three times. It was utterly exhausting. The memorial has been created and done up very nicely. It's a beautiful spot and it's a beautiful tribute to those people who died on 9/11. Unfortunately it was hard to really soak up the atmosphere and vibe of it because there were so many people ...