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 @ ...
... they are very, very rude. We are baffled by the experience. It is much more like being at a football match than a concert. The poor female support act has to battle against the jazz band (still playing in the foyer) in a half-filled theatre with those that are inside getting up and down to get drinks every 5 minutes. People yell out to one another across the room, other people yell at them to shut-up and sit down, this is a bun-fight. All the while, ...
... they have lots of worthwhile exhibits, but there are so many people that you can’t really see everything as everyone blocks one another.
After that I walked down to Wall Street to see the New York Stock Exchange and the general Wall Street area before walking down to see the Bowling Green Bull statue. There were hordes of people swarming the statue so I couldn’t get a good photo.
By now it was nearly 4pm, so I had to start wending my way back uptown. ...
... Hill and Brooklyn Heights, with guide pointing out sights such as Grimaldis pizza, where famous people have lived or are living and points of history. We hopped off having afternoon tea at "Juniors", famous for their cheesecake. Walked back to Manhattan over the historic Brooklyn Bridge and just made last Downtown Loop back to Motel at 9.00pmish. Big day out decided to eat at Vianda next door for another enjoyable meal and ...
... to go up the Empire State Building but apparently there was no visibility due to the rain so dad went back to the hotel and I went out wandering by myself for the rest of the afternoon. Started off at Macy's department store where I bought a bag on sale, took the subway up to Times Square and then walked to the coffee bean and tea leaf and enjoyed a nice hot chai tea latte! Then walked to ...