Courtyard West Orange
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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One of the best burgers I have ever had. Tom and I jut decided to grab our lunch quite early and at a new place. Shake Shack came up the list and we headed to the outlet at the Grand Central station. It was a crowded place with people waking in walking out sitting on the table taking take aways every second. The crowd was as much as in Times Square. There was only one veg burger on the menu. Enjoyed the custom made special ...
... Brooklyn bridge was a long climb, without any spectators, the 25km make was the half way point of the bridge, and I was really starting to feel it at this point. I walked at the next drink station, I felt really disappointed, I really wanted to run the whole way. Bad move I'd let the negative thoughts start, I walked up the the next bridge, I was so upset with myself for walking, I wanted to cry, but I struggled on. I walled at each drink station just to get me through, a ...
... was ready, a great way to start our visit. Quick unpack and then off to our first destination - Karen's choice, Macy's. As we got close to the store we had to get out of the way of three fire engines who with blaring sirens and horns made their way to a fire that was underway in the basement below Macy's . Black smoke billowing out of the basement and people vacating the store was not what we wanted. Off to a sandwich shop for lunch and for me to console Karen ...
... and from Charlotte to JFK, big enough to fully extend my legs in the flight so that was pretty amazing. I am pretty tired and I'm trying to decide whether to eat before I leave the terminal or not. I don't doe art JFK for London until 10pm EST tonight. So I had about ten hours until my flight haha! And then have to sit for another 6 hours. I am pretty excited to be heading to ...
Success at last! The children slept through the night, now its my turn! I think yesterday really wore them our. We woke up and planned to go to Redeemer Presbyterian Church, but once we turned the TV on and realised it was Puerto-Rican Day, with 80 thousand people taking part in a march up 5th Avenue and an estimated 300 thousand spectators between us and the church, we decided to abandon our plan and try the afternoon service. We walked to a different ...