Courtyard By Marriott Mahwah
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... around New York but the most famous is the statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. We heard about the process migrants went through to enter America, including bringing their own food for the long sea voyage and taking a test before being allowed into the country. Many Americans have family that went through this process. Our director explained his version of why New York is called ...
... were F.R.I.E.N.D.S t-shirts on sale, of course I had to go in. Sitting down with our 'Harry's Pizza' we watched people ice skating in Rockefeller Plaza. We went over to rent our skates etc, but again, the price shot up by about $17 more than the price we'd seen on the sign so we decided against it and went off to Central Park again to see how much ice skating would be there.
While looking for Bow Bridge, we found a different, but still beautiful bridge and our newly ...
... Apparently getting colder by then end of the week each day. Jake is hoping we see snow. Tonight we went to dinner at Eatly. What an amazing place I can only explain it as Re store on steroids with 5 restaurants. We had to wait 2 hours to eat at La Pasta so decided to have entree at I salumi and I formaggi. Delicious!!! After dinner walked around Times Square to get our bearings. It's huge. Certainly a city that never sleeps. Tomorrow more walking around and a hockey game at ...
... seat in the middle of the room and raised his voice in a language I'm sure no one understand and strew this book. The machineclad madmen were on him like rice on rye, he was thrown to the floor and cuffed hand to anckle screaming at the top of his lungs, no doubt doing serious harm to himself by doing so, I got called out shortly after and immigration officer went through my papers thoroughly, while a woman went through my luggage with a fine tooth comb in a manner I had never ...
... blah blah blah.....but I knew I would have issues riding it. Then I had this moment where I thought, "I'm in New York, in America, the land of the free and brave, I can do this!!" But deep down I knew from the moment I hired that bike that this would not go well. I had to walk my bike on the pavement and I couldn't even control the damn think whilst I was riding it beside me! Anyway to cut a long story short, I gave the bike back after 45mins of wobbling ...