Hyatt Place Secaucus/Meadowlands
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... It's a disused elevated freight rail line which is now boardwalks and gardens. There are some food and souvenir shops midway. We stopped for happy hour at the Half King pub before completing the high line. Walked along 34th street though mid town shops past Macy's. Our next trip on the subway was eventful - after an extensive delay the driver announced we all had to ...
... we had lunch while watching a video. The place was pretty awesome. We saw Rexy and the Blue Whale and lots of other animals that are extinct and alive today.
Mum had planned to meet a girl named Maddy. She was from Molly's dancing at home but is in New York to dance. Molly,Maddy and Mum had a good chat while walking to Times Square to get a coffee. We had the worst Hot Chocolates in the world and Dad was itching to do something. ...
... Aussie girls from Melbourne. We ended up picking up tickets to the broadway show, Pippin. It didn't start until 8pm so we went to Bare Burger for dinner, I got a giant burger with sweet potato fries. It was incredible!!! Very funky place, good vibe and seemed to be where the cool kids hung out so a good find by me. Once we finished dinner we headed to The Music Box, ...
Straight onto the Interstate and a trouble-free drive down to New York, except for the dreadful state of the road surface the nearer we got to NY. The drive into JFK airport to drop off the hire car turned out to be relatively smooth and dropping off the car was even smoother. Onto the Airtrain and then the subway from Jamaica Station into the city. It all went to plan until we caught the B line Uptown; we didn't know that it doesn't serve as a "local line" at the weekends, so ...
David, Doni, Lucas and Rory leave home at 8am to go to work, school and kindy so we took our time and decided we would go shopping. I wanted to buy NYDJ (Not Your Daughter's Jeans) as they are much cheaper here than they are in Queensland. ($250 in Qld…$125 here) Mission accomplished…we spent all day there and bought jeans and tops for me and Graham bought shoes and shirts. All very well, but when we come to pack to go home, we may have a ...