Sheraton Tarrytown Hotel
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... isn't all that interesting, but it is an amazing, grand structure that is worth a peek at. On the way home Ryan cracked it at the mere mention of me wanting to look at sunglasses - he thinks I have enough already (pfft, sunglasses are the new handbags and shoes, if you didn't know ;), so I went in anyway. Aaand what do you know - he came out with a pair too. It wasn't exactly a day to be outdoors, so mum and dad managed to navigate the subway on their own. They ...
... We battled for a few minutes. A little way in and we became person locked in a massive crowd. We could not move in any direction. Such is the popularity of the Rockefeller tree. Eventually we battled our way out, almost toppling an Elmo and Mickey Mouse character on the way. We gave up on the tree and thought the observation deck might be better. But it wasn't. We found the ticket queue and the lift queue and again became crowd locked. So we gave up.
... I got a phone call (which I missed) and a voicemail (which I couldn't access) and was about to get a little stressed about it. When up popped an email from "Alex Saad" from shuttle wizard explaining the problem and saying that he had reserved the slightly more expensive one and if that was ok then he would simply charge the difference to my card. Perfect.
Now back to today. I thought, hmm, well I could ...
The grounds here are just fantastic. I had a quick wander around earlier. I took a break as the sun was starting to set. I think tomorrow I will go out a little later still. The colour of the sky has been incredible the days I have been here.
I have had a productive day at the archives all things considered, and I had a nice chat with a lady who is doing some research on ...
... paper and attach it to this blog in a bit. Whether my depiction will actually give you a true idea of this contraption is another matter.
I am now on my lunch break (I had a ¼ muffin and caramel cream coffee break earlier) and it has been (I think) a productive morning. On a particularly exciting front (for me, probably not for you), I met a lady who I think is called Patricia Rosenfield (I didn't quite catch the name). She introduced herself ...