Courtyard Secaucus Meadowlands
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... 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 ...
... We had to walk through Chinatown to get to Little Italy. We stopped for some cannoli's at Ferrara Bakery & Café (Cannoli consist of tube-shaped shells of fried pastry dough, filled with a sweet, creamy filling usually containing ricotta) and some Gelato (the Italian word for ice cream). Then walked for a while and then back on the bus. But then it started to pour so we got off the open top bus and tried to get a taxi, well that ...
Terrible night sleep, night club close by active until about 1am, and our hotel room is next door to elevators, ice machine and stairwell ventilation so very noisy, will try another night then if no better will ask for a change. Midday booking to climb inside the Statue of Liberty and up to the crown. Don had a lie in as he has a sore ankle with gout issue, so I popped out and got us breakfast. Once ready to go went and hailed a taxi to ...
... I had only ever gone to a baseball game once before, and the kids never had, so we were all quite excited. Upon entering Yankee Stadium, the kids were given a free souvenir baseball bat.
It was awesome watching the game. The score was pretty even for most of the game, until the last inning when the Twins scored 6 runs. So unfortunately, the Yankees lost 7-2. Ahh well, maybe next time :)
... the weather was so nice we decided to get a taxi across Brooklyn Bridge and then walk back, the views were incredible. Back on Manhattan we stopped for lunch at 'Cafe Tomato' and had some wraps and snacks - huge portions as was becoming usual. After lunch we visited the 9/11 memorial which had only just opened, and then got the subway to Times Square for some sightseeing and a little bit more shopping. That evening we went for dinner (amazing nachos at Iron Bar) in the ...