Americas Best Value Inn @ Newark Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... food. We have a good view right in the centre, it's a great game and not long into it there is a massive fight, a player from each time, throws their hockey sticks away and even take their gloves off so they can punch each other. They play three periods each lasting 20 mins. Each time there is a score form the rangers everyone is on their feet cheering and music plays, when the other team scores, nothing. so much nothing that the only way ...
... History. Saw the dinosaurs! After having a few beers in the hostel with some of the boys staying there we head to a bar a few doors from the hostel. It's not good, the music is horrific. Hip hop so Julian, a French guy and me went to a bar next door and the guy working there told us another place we could go so we headed there in a cab. Julian is a funny guy but has no idea what I'm saying half the time. He's waiting for his motorbike to be ready and then he's doing a world ...
Bus trip to Boston we arrived at the destination at at 6 30 in morning for a four drive to Boston On the way we stopped for breakfast and another stop to Harvard university Massachusetts. Around midday we toured around Boston City and the Usss Constituation Had lunch and look around the Market Left Boston around 5 got home after 10 pm a big ...
... of their premium prices we walked four blocks and spent ten bucks at a regular coffee shop instead. We drive uptown and ate some sushi, which was restorative, and then we went to a screening of "Boyhood." This movie was shot over 12 years, and over three enjoyable hours, the audience watches the cast grow. Such is the gravity of the story that viewers are appealed to grow with them. Certain scenes were quite emotional, evocative and resonant, but again, deconstructing such ...
... busy than midtown Manhattan (where I stayed last year). It also has some great restaurants and independent shops while still only being a 15 to 20 minutes into Times Square. The hotel I'm staying at has only been open for a month so I'm enjoying everything looking and smelling new too! This afternoon, I went on a food based walking tour of Chelsea Market and the Meatpacking District. The market opened in 1997 in the former National Biscuit Company factory where the Oreo was invented ...