Courtyard Secaucus Meadowlands
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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After a lovely lunch break we caught the bus back to Times Square and did a spot of shopping at the M&M shop where there is everything M&M imaginable.
Tonight we dined at TGI Fridays (Thank god its Friday). I'm not sure if the drink is called something else here, but Donna ordered a Lemon Lime and Bitters was given a bowl with a piece of ...
... the statue but the US had to raise a considerable amount of money for the base the statue sits on. The statue itself is full of symbolism. The right heel of the foot is elevated & the flame held in the right hand is blowing backwards. This is to symbolise Lady Liberty moving forward as freedom only comes from moving forward & not standing still. In her right hand she holds the flame which illuminates where she goes & in her left arm she holds a book of knowledge. ...
... was for a bad night - expecting storms and 12cm of "snow pellets" - which I assume is hail? The airport was busy with snow ploughs and machines running around everywhere. The plane was delayed as the pilot had to swap with another given flying conditions into Chicago? Then a baggage hatch wouldn't close... So an hour late we started moving - something I've never seen before, the plane pulled up into a big area pre-takeoff and ...
Today we moved to the hotel, Courtyard by Marriott on 7th, short walk to the Rockefeller and Time Square. We left our hostel at around 11am and got the metro to 57th, fortunately we were allowed early check in so we could set our bags down! Our room was great, big bed, TV and huge shower, a nice bit of luxury after hosteling it. Once we settled in I gave Lyndsey a call and spoke to her for a while, which was nice to hear a familiar voice!! Then we decided not ...
... 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 ...