DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Mahwah
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... reinforcement about fire sales next day. Within an hour the firies had solved the problem and we joined the thousands of others in shopping at a very smoke smelling Macys. Graham completely out shopped a disappointing Karen. That night we headed off on a trip to New Jersey to see Fleetwood Mac in concert at Newark stadium. We had to put on our mountaineering gear to reach our seats on the second to top level. It was worth it the group were sensational. It was the first ...
... which is a lot like Rome. I'm not sure that all of them are actually homeless, or whether they make quite a good living just being out in the street with their "I am homeless and hungry" signs- maybe that is like their day job? The real homeless are not-so-seen, but sometimes they catch the bus or the subway and even if you can't see them, you can often smell them. I think America is definitely a country of haves and have-nots and although I know this is true for Australia ...
... Park for three hours, we saw the friends fountain (not the actual friend's fountain but the one that it was based on) we also saw turtle pond and Belvadear castle where the weather is taken in Central Park. We gave back the bikes then we went back to Times Square and bought rocky tickets for dad and mum (rocky is a musical based on the movie rocky that they were going to see tonight). After we bought tickets we went to the Rockefeller Centre and walked around the shops ...
... enjoyed it, I was so terrified. LOTS of people, LOTS of riders, and wow, riding *up* was very hard work; riding down, of course, a blast. And then, there are the 20 somethings walking in the bike lane and looking at me like, "Go ahead, Lady; hit me" (see you in the ER, jerk...;-)
So, I think this was one of those *once in a lifetime* experiences, I have no desire to see what bridge I ...
... on the subway into Wall Street which was kind of interesting but there's really not much to do there! We walked down to the water and the piers where the ferries are and I had a nice view of the Brooklyn bridge which was cool! We then walked across and wanted to go to Ellis island and to see the Statue of Liberty... The queue for that would have been about 2 hours minimum. By that time we were hungry and didn't want to wait that long... So alas we headed back up on ...