Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel
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... our third year together. - A great job that facilitates a life I love living - one with family and friends. - Having the opportunity to live next to NYC and appreciate the beauty of Metropolitan life. - An amazing journey to Brazil with my brellow family that I love so much. - Having parents that support everything I do and are proud of my accomplishments ...just to name a few. Now as the new year approaches, I look forward to ...
... see Madame Tussaud's and bought tickets to see Aladdin. Aladdin was absolutely incredible! The genie was fabulous, the magic carpet flew around the stage, the tricks and singing excellent. Our seats were great too. New York is just buzzing with ...
... WW2 aircraft carrier USS Intrepid. We entered the hangar deck and explored the exhibitions. Admired a scale model of the Intrepid built of Lego! We followed the route to the flight deck via the bridge and ops rooms. The flight deck housed a number of planes and helicopters, including a Harrier and a coastguard Sea King. At one end was the Shuttle Pavilion. Inside was Space Shuttle ...
... complex the 'New York by Gehry' building which looked all twisted. We passed by ground zero and got a better view of the new replacement 'freedom' building, but did not venture down to the twin tower site as both rather desperate for a pee stop. (Mac D is good for something !!). After a relief and refresh we carried on and got the subway from Wall Street back to 47st to hotel. We could have easily have crashed out at hotel, the bed called us but we ...
... if we wanted to see it all. I still didn't see it all, but I got around the whole track before 5pm. The Jacqueline Onassis Reservoir is really big but there was no activity on there. Just a fountain, so I assume people are not allowed to use it.
We left the park around 5ish and walked down Broadway. There was a big market there, similar to a St. Kilda Market situation, only there was ...