Americas Best Value Inn @ Newark Airport
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... of the legality of our marriage. This all took a little while but, luckily for us, Agaton was extremely accommodating and lovely about the whole thing. We had a nice chat whilst waiting in various lines, and then he took us for a photography session through various streets of late summer Manhattan. We took a taxi to the Meat Packing District (very romantic sounding) and took more pictures, finishing up on the south end of the High Line, a walkway garden built ...
... we needed to be and understood our panic. He put his foot down and ... the traffic ground to a halt.
Well by now we had resigned ourselves to the fact that we were not destined to get on this bus at all and we would have to get the next one. But at 9:28 with just 2 minutes to spare he stopped at the bus stop where the bus was waiting and our seats were still ours. Phew!
The most frustrating bit about it was we were now only a very short distance from where we ...
Today we woke up and I ate yogurt, fruit and some baked goods. Soon after we packed and dropped our stuff off at the front of the hotel, and excitedly walked to the subway. We rode the subway all the way to Central Park, it's amazing how big the subway is and how it can take you pretty much everywhere! Once we got to Central Park we kind of got lost in it, but eventually we met up with the grandparents at the zoo. When we finally arrived at the zoo we saw all of the animals, it was ...
... leg of our journey. The toll demons ask for $13.10 at one bridge and then when you get to the George Washington Bridge you need defibrillator to start your heart. Tolls for cars on this leg is $14.00. I thought we had been paying the same toll as cars on previous toll roads in the USA. Reaching the toll booth I asked Margaret for the money, she handed me $20 which I offered the Toll Collector and received in return a shake of the head. This toll for ...
... Really quite upsetting actually. I didn't take many photos, it felt a little bit wrong if I'm honest. There was a group of people very loudly taking selfies of themselves grinning in front of what I think was the JFK grave site but I never went to find out as they made me feel quite uncomfortable. C'mon people, have some respect.
The tomb of the unknown soldier was very sobering. People were very respectful here which was good to see and I happened to turn up ...