Hillsborough Days Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... quick after that, although I think the boys were still raring to do something. As it is, it's already 11:15 pm as I write this and we do have to be up for our all access tour of the ship tomorrow morning, so I'm going to call it a night. *not sure how or why, but we've got cell service out here on the ocean, so I was able to email today's picture to my iPad and upload them here. I'll probably get dinged somehow later, but for now let's see if this ...
... mastercard and bank companies, unlock and cancel my cell phone (I'll miss you 271-LYNS), make copies of my passport, travel health care card and docs - keep one on hand and send one to family, notify the Government of Canada, $80 Mastercard flight cancellation and concierge services. Found out about ITunes Match so I can have access to all of my music on any of my devices.
So that was long-winded, but worth it to share some of my excitement and learnings.
What a sight - walking around the top of the Empire State Building looking out over all the Burroughs of New York - simply stunning if not overwhelming. It gave me a better sense of this incredible city and where we were in relation to some of the landmarks. We could see the old boat dock, which is now used as a golf driving range, where the Titanic was supposed to dock! I could have walked around up there for hours trying to get ...
... many locks engraved or painted with lover's names, then locked to a cable/bar on the bridge structure. Just like the locks we left in Paris, on the bridge near the real Notre Dame Basilica.
Since we were still ready to eat, we took the subway to 2nd Ave and found Katz's Deli nearby. We split two Pastrami on Rye bread sandwiches for the four of us. Katz'd is an institution on the lower east side. Now run by the same family ...
... the main city therefore only a restricted view was accessible from where I was sitting, although I was fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of the collection of skyscrapers that make The City That Never Sleeps. Seeing New York City even for just only a few short seconds sent chills down my spine. After leaving the plane, the strict border control officers were waiting as you cued up to what felt like you we're being interrogated! The officer looks you right in ...