East Norwich Inn
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That's all. Not even haunted like I wished for. Lol
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... and in the other direction you got a head on view of the Empire State. Back to the hotel to check out ... Our bags keep seeming to get heavier and heavier as we lugged them onto our backs and set off. It was a little mission to get to the bus terminal - two subways walking I between each, then a good walk at the other end to the pier where the Mega bus was. But we got there ...
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... with it being dark at 5.15pm, 4 to 4.30 pm was perfect light as the sun was going down. Ahhhhhh.
Then I walked to another ferry terminal to take the ferry across to New Jersey (west of Manhattan) to see the skyline in lights. And what a skyline - goes on forever. The cute little ferry only takes 7 minutes each way so rugged up and sitting outside was lovely!
Back (you guessed it) to the ...
... shuttle line subway, one stop back to Grand Central. We had a late lunch in Blooms, toasted cheese and tuna sandwiches. Collected our luggage and hailed a taxi for Penn Station. Around the corner we changed our mind and asked the taxi driver if he would take us all the way to JFK. He fussed a bit, but agreed. The traffic was horrendous. He went off the freeway through the centre of ...
... poor form if you ask me! The game was a good experience though, and all the staff really get into the spirit too. The guys who flattened the field during the 6th inning did so while the YMCA played in the background, and they sung and danced the whole way around the field! Was a good first MLB game, and I'm glad to say the Red Sox won 9-4 :).
We eventually made it home at about 11.30pm, so decided to hit the hay. Peace out from New York ...