Hilton Club New York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... at Niagara and go through Customs which was fine apart from a low platform and a high train which meant climbing down and back up stairs with my heavy bag. My lovely Canadian porter helped me though so nothing was dropped We saw more towns on the Canadian side and it was a quick two hours into Toronto and then onto the hotel. Laundry tonight to ensure everything is dry for my trans-continental train journey in a couple of days. Distance walked: 3 ...
We began the day early - again, with exhausted kids and a schedule. We had 10am tickets for the 9/11 Memorial museum, and Liz kindly offered to drive us into the city. The site itself is beautiful and quite meditative with many trees and 2 infinity waterfalls gracing the block.
We went inside and for the next 2.5 hours we were all immersed in the horror of that day. It was a tricky job straddling our own feelings of being emotional and overwhelmed, alongside assisting the kids ...
... day. As we entered the building I was thinking that I should have prepared myself by watching Night at the Museum where the inanimate objects I saw there yesterday come alive and have quite an adventure. But it was ok, we all know I have a great imagination. Me and the T-Rex became best buddies immediately...
We didn't get to see the whole museum but we started on the 4th floor with the dinosaurs. Never have I seen (this seems to be the going ...
... boys to have a photo with Elmo. He then wanted money. I had a couple of coins but he was offended by that and wanted notes. D'Lene only had a 5 dollar note and gave him that and asked for change. He conveniently only had $3 in change so the photo cost us $2 - we must have had suckers written on our foreheads! There was a climate change march going on so we sort of got trapped within Times Square as we couldn't get past ...
... construction work going on nearby.
People gather in their thousands to pay their respects. Some walk around reflectively, while others pensively read every name. It's so much more poignant to see 2983 names, rather than hear that 2983 people died. It's just how human psychology works. The recently opened museum has a several hour long wait, so we decide to pass up on this.
We head downtown. When the skyscrapers ...