The Westin Governor Morris, Morristown
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... outside. Its all fantastic. And the weather is bob on too 24 degrees. You will be disappointed to know though that after getting to the hotel for 1900ish we decided not to further explore Jamaica but to stay in, get Chinese takeaway and a good night sleep. This is so that we are prepared for the love boat with Ash and Sal tomorrow. JaneO has got the fancy dress out already for the US Open. At least the blog posts can only get better than ...
... The One World Tower) part of 7 new towers has been completed close to the site of the original twin towers. At 1,776 feet tall, One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western World and some 400 feet higher than the originals. Over to Cathy.......I was asked to be a 'guest writer' this morning - probably because of the difficulty in putting into words the whole 9/11 effect had on the western world - it is impossible to even begin to ...
... it. I moved Hannah quickly through some, but we lingered at other exhibits--- particularly those that documented how the city coped in the aftermath. She was interested in artifacts like a store display still covered with dust from the rubble, but throughout the visit she kept offering her plans for assuring it would never happen again and searching for stories of hope. It occurred to me that her 9 year old perspective is not so different from society as a whole-- learn, ...
... 5hours sleep were like two kids on Christmas day. Although we had our trip booked for about a month, it didn’t seem real until we were sat on the runway. We took pictures, giggled and toasted our trip of a lifetime. As the people came up the aisles searching for their seats I did the ovious thing and giggled with Jovan that I was worried about who would be sat next to me.
‘Pleeease Jovan swap....what if im travel sick?’(yes i used the travel sick ...
... to the bill and then often a 15% service charge.
Gets very confusing when you see something and get the right change out, only
to find it costs more. Caught us out several times when we thought we are
getting overcharged. Don’t think we will get used to it.
Well satisfied we then headed down Broadway towards Times
Square. I was admiring the large signs and then continued walking. Joel stopped
me and asked if I wanted to take a ...