Hilton Club New York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... can see 80 miles and this must be a good day. The views are outstanding and people are cooperative on the whole so we get to look round. The higher decks are even quieter and it is well worth the money. Next we continue our walk up to Central Park, the blossom trees are in bloom and it looks beautiful, we lunch in the Todd English Food Court in the Plaza Hotel absolutely excellent Burger and warm Chinese Chicken Salad. Then back down to St ...
George Washington crossing the Delaware in 1776, we were following in his
footsteps on our way to what is probably one of the most famous cities in the
world. We had New York in our sights
and with each passing mile you could almost feel the pull of the city hurrying
booked into the Liberty Harbor Marina & RV Park in Jersey City, New
Jersey. From this RV Park you can ...
... ourselves. The restaurant was amazing and came complete with a live band playing whilst we ate. Order of the day was fried chicken, being a Harlem special, which came in a number of different guises. Thomas had a fried chicken tender sandwich, with a side of Stout, whilst I plumped for the fried chicken on the bone and mashed potatoes. Whilst we’ve been out here Thomas has banned himself from drinking Guinness and instead has been ...
... on the line, we eventually got off at our desired stop, and only a short walk led us to the mass crowds.
We'd booked tickets the night before for the museum, so we could enter at a specific time without having to queue up. This gave us enough time to eat our lunch before looking at the south memorial pool. If you haven't seen the new look of Ground Zero, there are basically two huge square ditches cut out at the exact spots of the original twin towers, with a ...
... of tissues..
There is a reassuring emphasis on the role and dedication of the unfortunate responders who while performing their roles lost there lives.
Not wishing to detract from the fact of the number of civilians who lost their lives, but my reasons for being there was to pay my respect to those we have an affinity with, the first responders.
A couple of things that brought it home to me as a Paramedic understanding how we often are in situations, I admit not ...