Jersey City Bed & Breakfast
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... didn't feel we could do justice to it with the time we had and the admission fee. Tried a cheeky visit to the entry hall, but beat a hasty retreat when we saw the security.
Walked through Shakespeare's Garden to park headquarters at the Belvedere, a castellated building with a viewing tower. Saw turtles basking on rocks in Turtle Pond. Entered a densely wooded area called the Ramble where we spotted a Song Sparrow, Common ...
... in Times Square - it is a zoo!
Ate at a great pizza place called Joe's Pizzeria. It is in an old Tabernacle church, which was restored and reopened as this unique restaurant. The pizza was amazing, and wine was reasonable (which is very important)..lol
Thanks Cathy Enns for recommending Once - we all LOVED it!! Beautiful story and amazing music in a quaint little theatre.
... the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Musuem. The USS Intrepid is a air craft carrier that was commissioned in 1943, in time to partake in World War II. She survived five Kamikaze strikes and was modernized to serve in the Cold War and the Vietnam War. She was used as the primary recovery vessel for the 1960s space missions. The Intrepid was decommissioned in 1974. A New York philanthropist saved her from being scrapped and the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum opened in 1982. She was ...
... terminal and a lot of other things. Steve took us to the Brownstone Cafe and Pancake Factory for lunch. No one leaves there hungry. Mary had Chocolate Chip Pancakes with strawberry topping; Steve had a monster Meatloaf Sandwich; and I had one of the best Greek Salads with Gyro meat I have ever eaten. We went back to Jeanne and Steve's place then walked to the PATH station to catch a train to WTC. We started by walking around the reflecting pools where WTC1 and WTC2 had once ...
... We had so many choices and I just went with this one and could not have been happier with that choice. As the curtain rose I glanced over at Jym and realized that I was making a long time dream come true for him and I was so glad that I had made the effort to make this trip happen. I actually started to cry as they came out on stage just hoping for this one moment in time Jym was truly happy.
Broadway tickets: $300