Rodeway Inn Capri
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... the top of the pre-existing world trade centre tower foundations, but the museum is built underground, in the existing foundations of the twin towers. They have preserved the original foundations as well as artifacts including the huge steel beams which were supporting the buildings at the impact zone of the airplanes - they buckled under the heat like a burnt out match stick. There is tonnes and tonnes of information and exhibits to see, so needless to say Ryan ...
... I met in Europe almost exactly 25 years ago, in Austria on 'The Sound of Music' tour. She was loud and fun and in our eyes, she possessed a certain brashness that was typically American, as she travelled on her own through Europe ... she asked questions of the tour guide and sang along with the cheesy songs, thoroughly enjoying herself. We parted, after exchanging smiles and a few words together at the end of the tour and we thought little more of our chance ...
... at 10:30pm - for food in Little Italy. We navigated the subway again and wandered the pretty Mulberry St, lots of Christmas lights everywhere. A man tried to tempt us in by asking if we were hungry or sober, as he could fix both lol. We ended up eating there and the food was delicious. The door man was a great guy and we ended up talking to him for ages after tea- one of those magic moments you can't plan. Today was full of those moments, really. ...
... at Union Square for the first time you can buy your ticket from a vending machine down towards the Subway on the corner of 14th and Union Square East. And if you are going to be here longer than 3-4 days buy a 7 day unlimited ride ticket for $30. Each trip on the Subway is $2.50. So you only need to average 3-4 trips per day to get your money's worth. You can also catch the train to/from JFK. I caught a cab ...
... to be by a telephone that went off, blaring loud music through the theater just at the moment of high drama that ends the first half. The owner of the phone, an old woman, was asleep and didn't wake up. I thought that we might have a lynch mob before her friend finally managed to get her to wake up and understand that her phone was ruining the performance.) As it happens, a phone going off incessantly might have improved the Shakespeare ...