Courtyard Lyndhurst Meadowlands
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... towards me, I would pick it up and carry it up or down the stairs. At the top I would set the suitcase down and since he was right behind me he would pull out the handle and roll it all the way to the next set of stairs, and we would do it all again. Finally we took the air train to JFK airport. We checked our bags, went through security and showed them our passports. (I CANT BELIEVE IT! THIS WILL BE MY FIRST TIME EVER TRAVELING OUTSIDE OF THE USA!) We then got onto the biggest plane ...
... a small apartment this would be a great place to have access to.
We finished off our trip to New York with another walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, a quick visit for me (alone this time) to a local artist shop where a husband and wife team made leather bags (him) etc with printed works of photos (her) on them that was in our street. The boys watched the football.
Thanks New York, you have been great again! Iceland here we come.
... smartphones we headed over to Macy's. Probably the biggest Macy's there every was. Quite daunting really. After that intimidating experience we got some lunch from Pret A Manger and ate it back at the hotel. Our legs thanked us for stopping for lunch after walking 11km. After lunch, you guessed it, we went for another walk. We went all the way down to the Hudson river to have a look at the ships at port. We then walked all the way to ...
... 21:45and he is on 42nd street so in enraptured down to the foyer with Ipad in hand to continue monitoring. Finally the bag arrives at 22:43 and the case is closed, contents all in tact but the pull handle for the trolley bag totally destroyed! The insurance discussion will be interesting! Forecast for tomorrow is rain and snow, so that could be rather messy! Good night from the "Rudkin Travelling Forest 2087 Billies" from Times ...
... at best. We also could not understand why so many of the displays were so poorly-lit that it was not possible to read the information plaques. A lot of the areas we visited had little or no lighting. Many of the glass cases were filthy with spillages, handprints and who knows what else all over the glass. The dinosaur display on the fourth floor was terrific - really enjoyed this section. Likewise for the origin of vertebrates section, ...