Courtyard West Orange
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... we picked up tickets for Pippen. After happy you in the hotel we headed to the show. It was a great show with a lot of exciting circus gymnastics in it. Dinner was at a "genuine BBQ" spot across the street from our hotel. Sadly our time is almost done. Back to the hotel to repack in preparation of departure ...
... was the Rockerfeller Centre but we didn't get to ascend the tower to the viewing platforms as the desk staff said that visibility would be too poor and it would be a waste of $60. On that note we headed back for Arcadia and are now looking forward to the sail away party at 5.30 as we head for Newport, Rhode Island. My impressions of New York have changed for the better. Getting off the bus in Chinatown yesterday was a mistake and left us feeling that Manhattan was a bit on ...
... Finally heard from Gav and the boys who had finished their tour. They enjoyed it but said there were too many people on the tour and therefore they ended up missing out on some photo opportunities. Billy Joel has apparently agreed to perform there once a month for the rest of his life. Elton John has performed there the most. They have pipes underneath enabling them to freeze the floor in very little time. They then ...
... It was still early in the afternoon so I decided to visit the Park Slope location of the Brooklyn Flea. This meant I had to take the G train. I didn't have to wait long, though! Man, did I feel lucky! I had never been on this stretch of track before so I was delighted to find out that part of this trip was above ground! I had been on a subway last summer that was mostly above ground on my way to Coney Island. This trip was via a bridge that gave you great views of ...
... selling hot dogs, pretzels, nuts, and the like could be seen on just about every street corner. There were also people dressed up as cartoon characters (Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Hello Kitty, Buzz Lightyear, Elmo, Mario, Spiderman, the Statue of Liberty, etc) trying to make a buck by letting you take photos with them.
We were loving every moment of it, and so excited for the holiday that lay ahead of ...