Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel
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... landed on it. You anticipate the moment when you visit the 9/11 museum and think again of the moment in 1987 when you stood in the towers' basement when they stood tall and strong and purchased a star spangled banner to take back to Australia. New York is magnificent and magical ... it feels both strange and familiar all at once ... and I am so thankful to be experiencing it again, this time with my beautiful daughter Bonnie by my ...
... it became a bomb scare. Eventually we were allowed back in and we were off to finally see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island where they processed millions of immigrants to the US from 1892 - 1924. At $18 for a return boat ticket, entrance into the statue and Ellis island and audio guides it is by far the best value for money attraction in New York. Even the museums ask around $25 donation, and when you pay less they give you a very disapproving look. If the two of us went to ...
... of shoes at DSW (for your wedding Trish) at Union Square before we caught the train - left them with Paula so we didn't have to carry them all day. John got tired of shopping with me so went off ...
Today was another lazy day. I really tried to get out to do some stuff, but the weather was miserable today. Not late-August Texas marching band kind of hot, but it was still hot. I guess I've been spoiled by the several days of low humidity and low 80's temperatures that helped make today quite unbearable. The humidity was so bad and there was no breeze so there was no relief, even when you were in the shade. I decided that I wanted to go ...
... We sorted various fresh vegetables and moved loads of food into the pantry to help make it ready for the annual community cookout, to be held Wednesday evening. After that, we split into two groups, and cleaned up the trash on a full city block--both sides of the street! We found many very interesting items. Our favorite part of today was being thanked by the various neighbors walking down the street, especially one named Cynthia. She stopped and conversed with ...