Sheraton Lincoln Harbor Hotel
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We left this morning with Carrie's dad for New York City! :) Our first stop was Dunkin' Donuts for breakfast, yum! Then we drove 4 hours which brought us through Rhode Island, Connecticut, and finally New York. We checked into the hotel in New Jersey, just across the hudson river from New York. Then we took the bus to the city! We met up with …
... one of the saddest sites I will see. I was keen to get back there and see the Memorial. The memorial features two reflection pools. Everyone who died there and at the earlier World Trade Centre bombing was listed on the surrounding frame. Each pool had two levels. You are given a small American flag as you enter. This flag can be placed on a name. There were many flags. I placed mine on Thomas Patrick Farrelly. I don't know who he was but I know he was going about his normal ...
... I headed to Times Square and on the way ended up buying a cd of a random man walking the street (I have no intention of ever listening to that cd). I have no idea why I ever gave him that money. I reached Times Square and had a wander around a few shops I ended up buying myself a pair of sunglasses. Then headed to 5th avenue and did a bit window ...
... all the historic wharfs and what was the start of New York city. We sailed the route where the plane was crash landed with no loss of life. An incredible feat. Madame liberty is still closed, so we came to a stop off liberty island so we could take pictures of the famous statue. She looked amazing. It was very informative. We disembarked and met up with rob, our walking tour guide, and headed off to get historical and architectural lecture ...
... for me since they came in groups of four. I just love it how they moved with technological age. Fourteen years ago and I was leaving for the Philippines, we were just worried about the Y2K affecting the airports and travel. Now, we are all just so worried that we won’t be able to juice before boarding our flight.
I flew Delta, domestic flight to Memphis. Don’t ask, just take my word for it that it’s part of saving money ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility