Econo Lodge Somerset
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... The soup was insane. The flavors of the chicken dish were very unique and the sauce was very rich. I think I finished about half of it. I'm glad that lunch was so tasty because the rest of the museum was the main part of the exercise in futility. I just don't understand most of this art. I really do try to read about it and understand it and see things from a different perspective. I really do - and I've come to the conclusion that most ...
... were up early and all ready for the helicopter tour over Manhattan. When we arrived we didn't have to wait to long but I was a little nervous. We watched the safety video and then it was show time. We were with a group of 4 others from London and I was the lightest so I was put right next to the pilot no pressure at all. As we took off I couldn't believe the view it was magnificent we flew out over Hudson River past Governor ...
Mike's girlfriend was in this weekend, so I've been able to go about things my own way. A bit scary, but I am used to it now. I'm used to the metro. The people. The quirky NYC unwritten rules. I'm on the way to Brooklyn right now to meet someone I met on Twitter for a free ticket to see CHVRCHES tonight. So excited! Thursday and Friday night, ...
... but he wouldn't come out on Wednesday and he certainly would not come out on Sunday. So he suggested I go there again (probably for another $140 charge) just to tell me yes I am sick and yes I need stronger antibiotics. It didn't matter that on Sunday Morning I told him that I was finding it difficult to breathe during the nighty. What kind of doctor ignores that? It seems that ...
... Manhattan, seeing Battery Park, The Brooklyn Bridge, Chinatown, Little Italy, The UN building and much more. It was a pretty full on afternoon but well worth it. That evening, we thought we'd try our luck to see if we could lay our hands on some cheap tickets to a Broadway show. Wicked is the best seller at the moment and I had just finished reading the book a week or so before, so I was quite keen to see it. We had been told that tickets would be around $200 a piece and there was ...