The Westin Governor Morris, Morristown
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... Ryan, he is 37 and he was born in New Jersey (which is one of the suburbs of NY). He had grown up and live in New York his whole life and he loves it! He gave me a lot of history and background on places or activities in New York which was very intriguing.
It was not until around 8:30 pm that I arrived at my hotel (The Gotham Hotel) so I was quite hungry. When I entered the hotel building I went straight to the front desk ...
... colour and NOISE. There is such a positive feel to the place - yes there are the disturbing sights of drug addication and mental illness but the overall feel is one of Time Square being a positive place to be. We have felt safe here. Amongst it all the NYPD Officers are always visible. CPR is the logo displayed on their vehciles. Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect. It appears to work. Time gets lost in Time Square - where the lights make it day and the city never ...
... out and what the score was. It was so great to see day to day American life in motion. After quite a long chat, I moved on and found the park. What a lovely, surprising beauty of a place! Chess players lined the entrance as I walked through, surrounded by bright tulips and magnolias. The park was full of life; made so vibrant by the amount of people reading, eating, talking and laughing. Walking through the middle path, I heard waves of a band playing and saw some puppeteers ...
... into Manhattan the bridge cuts across the top of Alphabet city the buildings covered in murals and a good balance of good graffiti as well as ****** tags.
You land right in the middle of China town, if the rest of New York is a bit crazy this is absolute insanity. Plenty of people insisting they have good weed, trying to sell you real Louis Vuitton (honest) in between the chickens on spits and people selling fruit you’ve never seen before in the middle of the ...
... stories and made plans to catch up again.
After dawdling around for a few hours, shopping and organizing, we headed to "the stand" comedy club for our show. As promised I did have a meal that the coming few days would have to work really hard to beat- "duck duck goose" which was roast duck with a side of roast goose and marrow dumplings. Now that my mouth was warmed up it was ready to laugh so we headed downstairs for the show. The show had 5 ...