Nyack Motor Lodge
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... items located during the search, such as watches, phones, wallets, very personal items. To large items like fire engines recovered after the building collapsed, aircraft parts, lift cable mechanisms and communication towers. The damage sustained to these items presents the sheer force of the impacts. There is a piece of gunk, no other word can describe it, of fused metal, building and other bits and pieces that had been compressed and heated ...
... br> They don't celebrate Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes night in the US but to remind us of home we had our own little celebration.So in the evening Angus and Matthew put on a few mini fireworks in the garden. In the US it is illegal to set off fireworks in your garden but these were just like big sparklers lol. We also did some small sparklers, it was nice to keep with our tradition being so far away. They have a lovely varada outside which overlooks ...
... made. We got our 5 beer chips for $20 and selected a pumpkin ale, Weiss wheat beer, the lager, and a super strong 8.4% spicy beer called ridgy didge. Ash drank most of the beers and I had the pumpkin ale, still trying to get the taste for beer. After this we caught the subway to prospect park and had a little wander. Nice area. My headache was returning and I was having a sad homesick day so we bailed on the rest of our plans, got some ny slice and did our washing. Fun Saturday ...
... restaurant as part of the tour. Some of us were even able to sneak some photos with the real NYPD who were there for the parade.
After such a high (and the best cheesecake we may have ever tasted), our mood sorbed up with a visit to the 9/11 memorial. Even driving into the area, you could feel something missing from the skyline ahead. All of New York is so built up, that when there is a space beyond the buildings in front of you, it's usually ...
... missed on the menu was that they charge a service fee of 20%, regardless of how the service actually was! The tipping culture is something I really don't like from America, but I detest it when you're expected to pay it and you supposedly have no choice in the matter. Needless to say, we did not tip the 'expected' amount and walked out with our bill just about covered. The service wasn't even good!
Hey-ho, we carried on to the bridge. Quite obviously, it ...