Sonesta ES Suites Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... us some pictures of his dog.
Tomorrow we will pack up and fight the traffic out of town. Our destination will be Bar Harbor, Maine. We don't expect to get there in one day. We will probably stop at a Walmart and fire up the generator for the night.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
Liberty Island is great. The Statue of
Liberty of course dominates and she is big! You could pay extra to
climb to the pedestal or even more for the crown and I imagine views
were amazing from there. But those tickets were sold out and the
queues to go up were long. We spent about 45 minutes taking photos.
The kids all bought freshly squeezed lemonade, along with most people
we saw. Too hot not to stay hydrated. We all ...
... up 4 flights of stairs several times a day. Then saw an apartment which had been standing empty for 50 years (they were all empty for that time because when laws came in stating the landlords had to fire proof the apartments, they didn't bother). It had been left as is and had many layers of wall paper and paint peeling and cracking away. Then saw an apartment as it may have been and heard the story of an actual family who had lived there. ...
Sunday, a lazy Sunday. We bought the New York Times in Brooklyn, which seemed excitingly authentic, although we still didn't have time to read the whole thing. I read my papers like I drive my cars -- very slowly. We bought coffee from a different coffee shop, The Coffee Grind. Better coffee than before, but less of it.
It was a Brooklyn-day, to be capped by an actual night out, thanks to a colleague of Marina's who was willing to babysit Paloma in ...
... nights! The 16 piece band did not disappoint. The skill level of the instrumentalists was outstanding, as was the ensemble playing. Lots of great Thad Jones charts and fabulous soloing had us enthralled. Band members ranged from old hands, including a sax player who could easily have been John Lee's younger brother, a few much younger, and a variety in the middle. The Bari sax player (who was incredibly good) looked like an accountant, and was the only one wearing a tie. After ...