La Quinta Inn & Suites Clifton
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... to wait in another line before long we were in the elevator and on our way up to the 80th floor. It was quite quick, it reminded me of Taipei 101. That feeling of rising so quickly that your ears pop. I was pretty grateful you couldn't see out of the elevator. The 80th floor is a bit of history about the workers, the building, the materials and so on, the reason you stop there is because originally that is as high as an elevator was able to travel. So ...
... sure the average visitor wouldn't know this...they'd believe them to be in the exact footprints of the two towers...the same size. What a shame. The museum, directly underneath in the subterranean darkness of what would have been the basements, was well designed. You can walk the outline of the north tower, the concrete and steel squares that the famous metal struts sat in still there...because the 9/11 families insisted they ...
... finally got inside and everyone crashed. It was about an 18 hour day and everyone was exhausted.
Not a good night sleep.The apartment was really noisy with taxis beeping their horns every 5 mins and car alarms going off and people being really loud in the street. I guess though we need to expect that in NYC.
Looking forward to a easy casual day today with just a bit of a walk around the ...
... they serve a cheaper version for the Restaurant Week menu (I suspect they just serve a cheaper version). Typically they are stuffed with chocolate and on the side is a small dish of hot chocolate sauce to dip and a small portion of cashew brittle ice cream. The ones I was served this time had no filling and had a cinnamon sugar coating with a small amount of chocolate sauce drizzled over the top. The portion of ice cream was even smaller than normal. I still enjoyed this ...
... was Glen on his Vespa, grinning like a fool. After quick hugs and a phone call to Barbara to figure out our plans, we decided on getting dinner on a boat. The boat was docked at the end of 42nd Street and it offered fresh seafood plus a full bar. Yes, please.
The boat ride was a half hour long and the seafood, along with the company, was exquisite. We sat up top at a table along the edge of the boat and enjoyed the city lights. One of the ...