BEST WESTERN East Brunswick Inn
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7:36pm we are just getting on the New Jersey turnpike. All I've eaten today is half a veggie breakfast sandwich and a few peanuts. Getting hungry but i feel so chubby cuz I haven't done much but sit here....the stagnation of hours sitting causes me to constantly stretch and twist. I hang off the seat a lot. I can't put my feet up cuz I have to stay out of the ...
... with gravlax, which is a smoked salmon with a coating of dill. I sat outside on a bench to enjoy my delicacy. That bagel sandwich was fantastic! There was so much flavor in the salmon and the dill was a nice compliment. I would love to go back to try a different sandwich sometime. After my delicious breakfast I was off to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. This was an incredible museum created to immerse you in what it was like for poor immigrant ...
Got pretty and headed down to the subway and out towards time square and wouldn't you know it we actually came out at Time Square.. OMG. Photo time and our mouths open at the size of it.
Walked towards our destination but stopped in at Applebys for dinner.
Fried chicken and buffalo boneless wings oh yeah.
Then onto the rooftop party. VIP tickets.. Bam straight through ...
... guys have enjoyed my blogs and the endless water towers (sorry they really interest me), and the stories of heat, cold, wind, rain, and snow. I hope you all follow my journey next year, because it will be even more memorable. I can't wait to come home to my family and friends but I know for some reason I will miss getting on that bike in the morning and struggling through the day. Today I rode About 75 ...
... you do the same.
Enjoying the bright lights and buzz of the city is really not hard to do and something that would be a shame to turn your nose up at.
The photos show all the fun things we saw best.
Thanks to J and Sam for the recommendation to swerve the usual observation decks and head to the revolving bar in the Marriot - much easier to spend $18 on a cocktail than $28 on a lift ticket.