Courtyard Secaucus Meadowlands
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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What to do on the last day, without making it a full time day...
Well, as it was close at hand and near the station I would get the subway from, I thought a different tour at the tenement Musuem would be worth it. Boy, was it!! This time I did Shop Life, which highlighted the shops in the tenement from 1863 to 1985. Particularly interesting was the German saloon 1863 till 1888 and the kosher butcher from 1894 ...
... entertainment & a great feeling of walking amongst the buildings. We got off at 34th street, had lunch & then checked out free wi fi at Maceys (not bad), the Madison Square Park area - Flatiron Building (so sensational up close), Eataly NY (fantastically busy & such a great concept), walking through NYU & Union Square (psychology classroom with a window facing THE STREET!) and a cement dog park. Another huge day of walking and saw so ...
... tons of Little Italy, Little Brazil, Little Portugal type areas where you can tell communities of immigrants have formed. Chris had so much trouble not stopping at all the local food joints along the way. We drove to Secausus NJ to spend the next few days. We choose this place because they have a huge 24hr Walmart and are right next to the bus station that takes you into NYC in 20minutes. Great place to park and go. It was another ...
... system which somehow made the view a little more sinister. Knackered and a bit shell shocked, we went to bed.
This morning I visited the 9/11 memorial site. I went alone as Ashleigh had decided it wasn't for her. I totally understand why she made that decision. I chose not to take my camera, it didn't seem right given the circumstances. I didn't see it as a tourist attraction, I went there to gain a better understanding of what happened that day ...
... from Magnolia Bakery (OMG- you have to see this store to believe it- yummy), check out Nintendo World. Upstairs they have a cabinet with old Nintendo game systems and memorabilia and it is like my place at home- which is almost a shrine to Nintendo compliments to 3 sons who had every Nintendo platform available spanning over 20 years. Perhaps I should start charging entry?
At the Top of the Rock we have to go through the ubiquitous security, then up we ...