Econo Lodge Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was time for a snack. Not wanting to wander too far we popped into Bubba Gump Shrimp Company which everyone knows from the movie Forrest Gump. It was surprisingly really nice! The atmosphere and service were really good. We downed a couple of beers and some shrimp then decided to head back to the hotel.
I was absolutely knackered by this point and ended up having a nap for about an hour. I woke up feeling groggy ...
... least 20 sachets of tomato ketchup, mustard and syrup! Trinity was great again, with Vaughan Williams Te Deum in G, and O Taste and See. Beautiful! The Mass setting was written by one of the Afro-American choristers in a 'choral soul' style. Although it probably needs a bit more workshopping, it's great that young composers of church music who have that level of choral experience are being given the opportunity to have their works performed. Our fabulous preacher (who I ...
... a double spiral staircase on the interior of the Statue of Liberty and a five second view out the windows in her crown, two glorious twin towers viewed from the Hudson River, two guards fighting in a lift as I ascended the Empire State Building and bringing home a shopping bag that said Macy's. However, this current visit is long enough for Bonnie and I to really make a meal of the place, rather than just having having an hors d'oeuvre like my last visit. Over our last ...
... that they had turned her old house into a museum and helped the museum decorate and add to the stories of living in those times. Such a lovely story.
It was on this night that I discovered the joys of $1 Oysters in the LES restaurant district. So amazingly fresh and big - like our pacifics. The only bad thing was that I discovered them so late in my stay. A few beverages and a dozen Oysters later I happily strolled home.
... chicken, half a pound of beef brisket, two pork ribs, corn bread, white bread, collard greens, special butter and sundry sauces. It was actually very tasty but I doubt they need to use the desert menu much. A 4 mile walk home over the Brooklyn bridge may have offset some of the massive protein intake. Lesson learnt, next time we ...