DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Mahwah
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- High-speed internet in room
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Another gloomy and overcast day, but I had pre-booked a Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island tour for 11:00 am. We caught the subway down to Battery Park about 9:30 am - about a half hour ride, then got some breaky while we waited. The cafe was this quaint little bakery/cafe/grocer in one, with such beautiful fresh produce - it made me crave fruit and veggies even more. I got 1 pound of strawberries for $1.99 - so cheap! They were also super tasty; I ...
... Dylan's candy store: 3 stories. Full of kids begging their parents for more candy. Watched Mitch and Gk eat amazing looking ice creams because they didn't have any gluten/lactose free options. Didn't really expect them too. Made up for it by buying a bunch of random candy. -cable car ride/tramway to Roosevelt Island. Included in our metro card pass. Literally nothing on the island. But the view on the ride was nice. -9/11 memorial and memorial museum :fitting way to fill ...
... there is a child's playground all slightly different. At the far end of the park we find the best spot. Tucked away in the centre of the Harlem end of the park, after riding up a few hills, we found the most beautiful place in Central Park, we could have stayed here for hours, however we had to have our bikes back by 4.30pm and it was already getting on. We stayed as long as we could and headed off again. We ...
... people look for if they have lost their house is Habitat for Humanity. So recently there has been some flooding with in Brooklyn and it washed away some house and damaged a lot of others (over 60+ houses). So everyone met at the Head Quarters of Habitat for Humanity and from there, they loaded us all onto buses and drove us to the work sites. There was about 200+ people volunteering and they were all there for different lengths of times, some ...
... hot chocolate like we have had in Italy and although they try, alas, tis not the same! We still manage to stuff our faces comprehensively. From here we head back uptown because I want to go to 230 on 5th Avenue (I was going to try and go there last night on my birthday, but it was too much effort). On the way, we stop off at the Flatiron Building which is an iconic weirdly shaped skyscraper. It too has an interesting history, but I love the way it looks like a Monopoly piece. ...