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so this is the first of many delayed blogs we have been so flat out I haven't had a chance to get them completed, We had no plans for the day except to go to the Rockerfeller centre and search for a specific list of makeup for Laura from Sephora , the Rockefeller centre is a building filed with restaurants shops and the top of the rock observation deck, we had a look around in the shop and got some breakfast from pret which is ...
... you get closer to Time Square the shops become somewhat less pretentious and more affordable. Just before the square we found a nice buffet dinner that was half price after 4:00pm so we were happy. We then went to take photos of Time Square at night and found some good bargains at the Quicksilver shop. Having had two very long exhausting days we decided it was time to head home for an early night. Day 3 and no rain according to the forcast so we were pretty excited. We made our way ...
... Philadelphia and one day at Valley Forge. Philadelphia is where the first Continental Congress met in 1775-76 to draft the Declaration of Independence. The Liberty Bell with the famous crack is also on display there. We toured several of the buildings located in the National Historical park in the center of the city.
Starving we located a Hard Rock Café for lunch. There are many restaurants in the chain located around ...
... Eventually we arrived at our hotel, The Westhouse, and to our delight we were once again upgraded. The hotel was a 5 star hotel that we were lucky enough to get for a bargain on Hotwire.com so you can imagine the normal rooms were pretty nice let alone the upgraded room! (FYI - This seems to happen a lot to us when we book hotels via this website so we recommend using it sometime if you are ever planning a night away!)
... got to the 86th Floor as the lifts probably take only 10-12 people at a time.
The view is of course spectacular but really 15 or 20 minutes is all I need to take it in and then I'm ready for the next thing. The next thing was the World Trade centre site and memorials.
On the footprint of each tower they have a fountain where the water disappears into a giant hole in the centre. The memorial surrounds have all the names of those who perished and it ...