Courtyard By Marriott Lincroft Red Bank
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I have been very excited about today for a long time as I will meet up with my mate Jen in New York this afternoon. I haven't seen her for over a year and she has been living in the US for about 12 years. Jen is probably my oldest friend, as in I have known her the longest of all my friends since we started kindergarten together when we were five. I think she has been in every school photo I have had over the years!
Anyway, we have arranged to meet up near Central ...
... were chaotic but thanks to Felix the place has settled. By virtue of the building it has in turn brought other positives to the immediate area. A hotel has opened up, as has a gym . There are plans for a shopping mall too, all things previously unheard of in the area. Common Ground will also join with some other investors to create 3-4 new buildings which will further bolster 1000 units for housing in the area, a significant number of which they will retain and ...
Up at 7am.. What?!! That hurt.
Got to the pier by 7:51 and we boarded the boat by 8:15 and out into the Hudson River towards the Lady Liberty. The boat went right around the front of her clockwise and ports on the side of the island. We were the first boat there so no one was on her yet.
We ate first on the island, we were faint.
Then onwards into the museum inside the pedestal. That was really interesting seeing how she was built.
Then up quite a few set of stairs to ...
It wouldn't be proper traveling with my Dad if we didn't show up to the airport 5 hours early. After driving the 2.5 hours to New York City and pulling up to the curb of Terminal 8, I said my final goodbye to my father and lugged my two bags, both of which were WELL over the 50lb limit, into the all but empty building. Upon discovering the elusive Air Berlin terminal, I positioned myself behind a graying but youthful man named Rob. He bragged to ...
As a wise man once said..."all good things must come to an end" and that they have. After a week in the city that doesn't sleep we are now relaxing in wait for our flights to LA & Melbourne on our long journey home. Once again the experience has been gargantuan, at times intimidating, extremely absorbing and infinitely enjoyable. From its 8 million people spread across 5 boroughs, the architecture to the street cafes, parks and the yellow cabs that ...