- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Comfort Suites
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Suites East Brunswick
Travel Blogs from East Brunswick
... with whom we've shared several meals, and great conversation, sharing the cooking duties, and eating amazingly well. We also enjoyed the entertaining company of Lauren's playful puppy Parker (aka koala dog, or kd) who was sleeping over with her 'grandma' Hilary for a few days while Lauren was interstate, filming fitness training videos. We had enjoyed some time with Parker at Callicoon over Christmas, so it was great to be reacquainted! She is a delightfully sociable animal, ...
... 3.50 for eggs on toast. I ended up get a bacon egg and cheese roll, very nice, and we split some yoghurt and fruit. Nice way to start the way. From there we headed off to fifth avenue. Saks Fifth Avenue was the first shop, found some really nice clothes. The hulkette fell for a very nice blue coat, great fit, but about $350 USD. I found a great Armani jacket, also a bit too expensive. The highlight of saks was ...
... and a boat trip to see the statue of liberty. First we decided to do the uptown bus tour which went all around the edge of central park up to Grants Tomb and back again. It was freezing on the top of the bus and very windy! When it started to rain we did have to move down stairs.
Then it was time to go up The Top of the Rock. It was really cold and windy up there as well so we braced ourselves for a few photos and went inside a ...
So that is the crazy but exciting experience of New York done and dusted. The first morning of our first full day we were greeted almost immediately after leaving our hostel by Tony - an elderly, short, female New Yorker who somehow identified us as tourists straight away (I think the take away coffee and dunkin donuts for breakfast we had in our hands along with looking puzzled at a pocket map of NY gave it a way slightly). She educated us on the nearest subway and on Central ...
... from a staff member. The staff member advised us to go so far and then return. She said it would be about an hour and a half walk. We strolled along viewing statues of famous people, listened to musicians play music etc. Against the advice of the staff lady we kept on walking, got a little mixed up and lost our directions. We ended up on 90th street. We met a staff member there who explained to us how to get back to the entrance that ...