BEST WESTERN Hazlet Inn
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... customs area was interesting, with people being able to jump the queue if they had a 'porter', which was basically the people who unload the baggage wanting tips. Seemed an accepted process, but we waited in line. The taxi to the airport and check in process went well, and after we checked in we were joined by a couple from Georgia who we had had lunch with on the St Lucia ...
... of 12 million people from 1892 to 1954. Now it has the history of the centre, and a lengthy display of contemporary events leading to the displacement of millions of people around the world.
After returning to Manhattan, we went to National September 11 Memorial at 'ground zero' and the monument to the nearly 3000 people who died when the World Trade Center twin towers fell. It was very moving. The water fountains sit in the footprints of where ...
... no way, but we didn't pay all that money to be preached at. Entertain us Bono - just sing!
The following day was the day before Bryan's swim and we took it easy. We took the subway to Times Square again and walked from there to The Museum Of Sex. Ummm! Not what you think it would be at all. In fact it was a) boring - the floor about the victorians b) boring - the floor about the animal kingdom c) pathetic - the floor with the Booby Bouncy Castle. All in all a ...
... home through Times Square. Some of the sights were interesting, grown men dressed as babies, women in only g-strings and the American flag painted on their boobs, a man with a big snake around his neck, plus the usual naked cowboy, Minnie, Mickey, elmo and the rest. Today I was exhausted and mum felt pretty rubbish but we soldiered on. Stephen and Brian was meeting us at 9.30 at the hotel and go for a walk along the high line. In true Brian fashion ...
... after a good nights' kip, we once again headed into the city.
This time our first stop was going to be the 9/11 Memorial. Who can forget that tragic day in 2001 when the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre came crashing down.
Seven years ago on our visit we were taken to Ground Zero and witnessed the building construction that had commenced. At that point in time I am not ashamed to admit that when viewing the site I had ...