Red Roof Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a fairly leisurely breakfast we walked the one block to the waterfront - such a magic day weather wise. Then we ventured a little further and found the shopping mall - didn't buy anything but enjoyed looking for when I do my major shopping before coming home.
Then we we caught the East River Ferry across the river to Manhatten. While we were on the ferry two Chinook helicopters flew past us and they were followed by the two ...
... with friends/family) of $8 in the US (camping). Meals cost us an average of $28.75 per day (high day of $251.57 in South Korea and low day $6.25 in Laos). Activities (including admission fees, tours, treks, adventure activities) averaged $39.43 (high days ...
... was held in New Jersey which as a place is pretty grim. I imagine if you inserted New Jersey into a thesaurus it would appear alongside words such as dump, dire and Barnsley. The design set within the stadium included two huge cardboard cut-outs of the iconic buildings the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State, both of course located in New York which says a lot in itself. The view from my seat was far better than I had banked on, pretty central and only a few rows ...
... as they are in the UK. I haven't seen many people using them, expecially not on entry to the unit, like we try to at NUH. They're unform policy is also very different. They seem to be encourage to wear white coats (if they're in civies-so, Drs, managers, etc.), as an infection control measure. As opposed to out "bare below the elbow philosophy". I was very surprised at first to see nearly every nurse at each hospital I've visited so far, with a wrist ...
It was a 2 and half hour drive to New Jersey which went fair quick. My cousin had put on a massive spread of food, olives, prawns, antipasto followed by turkey, pot roast, asparagus, peas, pasta and Italian Bread. Dessert was huge as well, blueberry pie, coconut pie, apple pie, brownies, cream puffs and an assortment of home ...