Jones Street Guesthouse
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... a journey of 25 minutes or so), and we then switched to the air-train which took us around to the terminal. We had some challenges getting our boarding passes from a machine but eventually got them and found that we had a business class seat for the long leg to Auckland. We found the United Lounge – average at best, but we got a little bit of lunch and a drink of water, and the use of some wifi. We do ...
... drop our rental off at the airport so we had prepared for a busy day… driving through NYC… could possibly be really stressful.
We get into the city pretty quick, about 1.5hrs away, however get tolled the entire way through, $8 to go from New Jersey to NYC, $14 through the Lincoln tunnel into NYC, and another $8 out of NYC to the airport!!!!!! No wonder nobody has a car here in NYC, the tolls are ridiculous. We pull up to our hotel ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">Bryan then headed out towards the centre of the river where he should have been all along!
Incidentally, the other swimmers were taken straight out to the centre. Was was Rich thinking??.
10:45 The bridge finally opened after the Amtrak train went over it.
... it was beautiful. After a bit of a chill in the park, we got the subway home.....that was tricky....each line has numerous numbers or letters...we wanted to get the N/R line but there was some issue and we had to get the 4/5/6 line. Up to date now, and we're on the rooftop bar at the hotel while the 4th July fireworks are being set off from the Brooklyn bridge. It's 9:45, and I think we're going to have to go and find somewhere to ...
... was fun but I seemed to forget the latter half of the night...
We also met up with our friend Stephanie, who we volunteered with in Tanzania. We all went out for some drinks on a roof top bar which had amazing views of the city at dusk. The next day we met up again for a true diner experience at Daddy's :-) My chocolate cherry milkshake was delicious. It was great to catch up and go to places we would have never known about.