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... vaulted ceilings and a 2,000 square foot stained glass Tiffany skylight, is considered one of the finest in the country.
... say I share no love of this food and find solace in the Mexican, Caribbean and any other nationality, avoiding the fried up stuff that seems to pervade the tourist areas.
We are staying in Brooklyn in a roomy, funky eclectic apartment on the first floor of a block. The area is diverse from tree-lined streets with attractive buildings, some art deco, others older to very tired run down areas, These parts are dirty, have a high black population and ...
... Service is privately owned and operated by Golden Eagle Transportation.
Price: $7.00 per person One Way and $12 per person round trip (adults) and $4.00 each way (children).
Travel Time: Approximately 15-30 minutes depending on traffic.
Shuttle Reservations- 201-601-7777
Hotel Reservations- 201-348-3600
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... At least it’s not just Matt and I being fussy…
Sunday was also a nice and sunny, but chilly day so we headed in to Manhattan to go and explore Central Park a bit. Unfortunately Lulu had to stay home. We walked around for a bit and then headed for the Loeb Central Park Boat House. One of Matt’s Melbourne colleagues was in town and we hoped to catch up with her there but unfortunately it didn’t work out. It’s a great setting and ...