The GEM Hotel Hudson Yards/Midtown West
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... towards Broadway with the vague intention of finding Times Square. As we had been told, Times Square is very small; narrow and long we thought, but didn't have time to check its size as the tide of nations passed by. It was busy, as usual, I suppose. We had to run the gauntlet of several "street artists", including Batman and Robin, the Statute of Liberty, sundry Disney characters and one young lady with a painted Stars and Stripes across her chest and no clothes. Steph stopped me ...
... station full of souvenirs and gifts and new clothes! We have eaten well again and can't complain, an excellent few days.
We are now looking forward to arriving in Iceland and hiring the car, having 2 full days sight seeing and then it'll be home time and time to see you all! I may get chance to put Iceland photos on before I'm back, if not hang tight they'll come! Thanks for reading
... checks and long lines, but it was definitely worth doing, especially for FREE!!!
We then re-boarded the bus and went down to the 9-11 Memorial. Somber, beautiful, emotional. I hope each and every one of you get to see it someday. This is only Part One of this experience as we're going back down tomorrow (Tuesday) for a guided tour of the 9-11 Museum. To my girls who saw the Survivor Tree with me a couple of years ago, it looks ...
... show we went to before.
Rushing quickly to the bus station, we grabbed our bags and got on the bus to Montreal; a journey I am used to doing but one that dad and certainly Courtney weren't quite prepared for. As is standard with me and Canada, I had more problems at customs and immigration but we all eventually got let in. The world's most uncomfortable journey continues.... Stay tuned
... We arrived in Paris and put our bags in storage and set off on bus to visit the Catacombs, which is an underground burial ground. After a scenic 45 minute bus journey we arrived to find the Catacombs were closed for the day due to strike action! Um so this is why the French aren't always popular. Luckily we found a golden M close by and the girls were rewarded with a McFlurry or shake as it was a warm day, about 28 degrees.