Hyatt Place Secaucus/Meadowlands
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Today did not start out great, however, I ended my day with some great stories. I woke up with a horrible migraine. I imagine it was because of being out in the sun all day yesterday and getting pretty dehydrated. I thought I was drinking enough water, but I guess not. Lesson learned. It was late afternoon before I felt like getting out. I had planned to go explore the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg and it wasn't too late. I had to take the G ...
... your neighbor John's pet weasel here, has a Facebook page that they want you to Like or Friend. John's weasel also happens to be on Flickr, so you're undoubtedly pursuing him there, very. What I'm trying to illustrate is that "newsfeeds" of many social networking sites are becoming noise. If ...
... they used to poke the Ugly Naked Guy in one episode would've had to be very, very long! He also showed us the real cafe at the bottom of the building - the Little Owl - not Central Perk! Our tour guide said that Central Perk doesn't exist. We of course know it does, as we saw it at the Warner Bros Studios :-)
A little down the road from the apartment building, we saw the little theatre where Joey got occasional work as an actor. Our ...
... unpacked we collapsed for a rest. Caught up with some online stuff (free Wifi woohoo) and then decided to head to up Columbus Circle to wander around out of the rain. It was so cold, wet and windy getting up there and we were both glad to have Nat and Rob's jackets (thanks for the loan guys although we were hoping for the matching ones!). We did a quick walk around some of the shops and then down to WholeFoods. I've read that this is ...
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