Courtyard by Marriott Edison/Woodbridge
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... our journey. We promise to take lots of pictures and videos so that you all can live vicariously through us =]
In all seriousness though, this is a good place to organize our thoughts and share them with you. We are so very excited to go on this adventure together and are thrilled that we can blog about it so that all our family back home can follow along.
Rob has his own spot @ ...
... and Bill Nighy. I enjoyed almost everything- probably my least favourite was the Aussie show- I don't know why I bothered seeing it in New York- I guess I was proud it was on there and I took two New Yorkers - oh well! My most favourite was the Carole King musical. Not only did I get the shivers with most songs but some actually drove me to tears! So that and 'The Book of Mormon' which I saw in London were the standouts. Interestingly, in the two weeks I ...
... complex. They have built two huge square water features and inscribed the names of the almost 3000 victims from the terror attacks. The memorials look great and are positioned where the old twin towers were. From here I headed inside to the museum. I spent about 3 hours in here reading all the information about the attacks, the plot, daily events and post attack reaction. Incredibly interesting and very hard to take in once again. What I ...
... paddling gracefully in the boating lake, which was cute, and a Japanese family grounding their rowing boat about ten foot from the shore, which was funny! It's astounding just how many people were in the park, playing sports, rollerblading, cycling, jogging or just lazing on the grass (us). Even with so many people, there seemed to be more than enough space for everyone. We walked back to the hotel - we had walked nearly 9 miles! Time for a cool down - Sherrie had the idea ...
... spanish, which was obviously to let her and her daughter get past me as she had moved beside me so I just said a universal "No" and she muttered something and her daughter just exclaimed "mama" in embarrassment.
We flew into Dallas and made our way around the massive terminal buildings and had enough time for a coffee and danish before jumping on the flight to New York. We ended up late flying into LaGuardia due to a plane that was 'incapacitated' on the ...