Super 8 South Hackensack
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... art that fascinates me so much. I was able to see papyrus with hieroglyphics that were almost 3,000 years old. I thought that was so cool! They also had a mummy chamber that included a display with cat scans to show what the inside of them looks like, and also talked about the different ways that the bodies were prepared for mummification. There was a wing dedicated to decorative arts that showcased period interior design from the 18th and ...
... since then! Our advertising worked!! Tuesday afternoon we had 7 children show up for Kids Club, and today we had 11! Each day has brought new adventures and new successes, and every member of our team has rolled with, recognized and confronted each new challenge that has come our way! It has really been quite awesome to watch! At both kids club locations the St. Michael Youth have taken charge, dug deep into their Mission Trip and VBS experience, ...
... back to the hotel. Kate left her phone somewhere last night. We tried calling it a few times today with no answer and thought it was gone for good with all her photos on it. Then, when we were on Liberty Island, we had a call back from a guy who had found it and he said he'd bring it to our hotel. After a few missed and back and forth calls, he called back at 11.30 pm to say he was coming. We went down and waited - he's a taxi driver - found him and got it back for $20. Kate was very happy ...
... I already have that. We even stumbled across a tourist attracted that Ali and I had both wanted to see, but I assumed I run out of time. Hello globe theatre! It was amazing to see this beautiful place, even if just from the outside and know...some pretty awesome stuff has happened here. Then it's time to go....wow London, you were better than I had expected, treated me so well and will return for further action ( perhaps action movies?!?) to say goodbye to Ali was hard, because we ...
... and only one was "lucky" enough to bring the remains of his son home. The companies who lost 100s of employees that day. The posters on the walls of loved ones looking for their missing family. To say it was harrowing doesn't really describe it. There were a lot of people in tears and I couldn't look at the photo wall or listen to the audio as it was just too emotional.
Let's hope we never experience an event like this again.