Best Western the Inn at Ramsey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... River - and of Manhattan itself, the other islands in the vicinity and Brooklyn. The ferry stopped on the Brooklyn side under the bridge so we decided to get off to walk the bridge. It was something that Ang had earmarked to do anyway. We bought ice creams at the lighthouse and did the one way approximate half hour walk across it. It's well worth doing for the views and the walk. Also it's free. The walkway is above the motor vehicles. Back on the Manhattan side, Jolanta ...
... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Caught the ferry to Boston. Sadly didn't get to see any whales.
Spent the next four hours chilling in a Boston park next to Bostons's Federal Reserve Bank waiting for a Greyhound bus.
... Caught the train from Penn to Ramsey station. Arrived back at 71 Cherry Lane at midnight. In a rush against time, using German efficiency we sunk a couple Cool's tinnies, unpacked our backpacks dumping all the dirty clothes straight into the German washing machine (for some reason all the washing programmes are in German). Cooked up a tasty burger on the barbecue. Stayed up till the early hours repacking our bags ready for our flight ...
Having breakfast this morning Nick revealed to us that an anonymous donor had donated some Kooks tickets to George and I. Spent the day hanging out in Ramsey. Caught the train in early evening. In the bowels of Manhattan waiting for the Subway uptown we came across this middle aged, couple of women off their face who kept us entertained as there eyes transferred from the back of ...
... the bakery, but did find another little place I had read about. When we sat down, we noticed there were names on the walls of the booths. When we asked we were told the were the names of regulars, and she pointed out a man ("very rich, who lives on the corner" - as she pointed) who had been a customer for 40 years, and a lady (same story, but she lived across the road).
Ron was able to get a box of cereal and a banana (for $1 extra), then we both had bagels and ...