The Pillars of Plainfield Bed and Breakfast

Address: 922 Central Ave, Plainfield, New Jersey, 07060, United States | B&B
 
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Day 14 - USA New York City

A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Apr 03, 2015

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... a 2 person minimum to ride and I was the only person there at the time :( Can't complain, as I'll be at Kennedy Space Center in another week :) It was then time to check out the Flight Deck and Bridge. Once up a couple of step ladders, I was on the Flight Deck. Heaps of aircraft to look at, along with the biggest of them all in a Pavillon of its own; Space Shuttle Enterprise!! To see the Space Shuttle its a minimal extra fee, which I was more than happy to pay. After going ...

New York City, NY: Day 2

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Mar 04, 2015

... view of the island itself and downtown Manhattan, however, visibility was low. We actually spent quite a while on the island; after the pedestal climb, the museum goes through the history of liberty - design, manufacture, costs, meaning etc. It is made of copper sheets and was put together like w jigsaw puzzle, which you can see when you're up close. They made moulds of the pieces using wooden impressions; it's had to fathom the amount of detail ...

New York, New York!

A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Jan 02, 2015

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... 8217; posters put up for family members, and reminders of lives once lived. For instance, they showed remnants of paper from the office blocks, a fireman’s hat, and other personal articles. They even had answerphone messages for a fireman from anxious family and friends. These exhibits were rather chilling. Suddenly the victims were humanized as family members just going about their daily business. What was particularly haunting was the ...

First day in New York City & Josh's birthday

A travel blog entry by melrlewis on Dec 15, 2014

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... incident with a black guy who's suing the police dept for 75million! We had lunch at an Irish pub just off Times Square which was awesome, the food is great and Huge portions to share around the table. The boys were pretty knackered so we went into Ripleys Believe it or not which was pretty cool - lots to keep everyone interested. All in all, a GREAT first day in NYC, the highlight definitely being Central ...

Canada

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 01, 2014

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... things including finally finding Magnolia Bakery in Bleeker St. (busy with crazy people like me doing a pilgrimage for cupcakes). Wednesday - our last full day here & we started with a subway ride up to 86th & Central Park West. Our plan was to walk down to midtown crisscrossing the park. First cross took us to the Metropolitan Museum of Art gift shop (I make it a habit to never visit an art gallery but I go to all the shops), then down 5th and back ...