Econo Lodge Fort Lee
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... parlor of the house;she filed for divorce in 1834, which was granted in 1836, shortly before his death. Eliza then divided her time between Saratoga, New York, Hoboken, New Jersey and lower Manhattan. Her step-daughter's family lived with her in the mansion until 1862; Eliza Jumel died in 1865 - in her later years she became very eccentric, if not insane. In 1882, the Jumel heirs broke up the 115 acres (0.47 km2) of the estate into 1058 lots,upon which numerous row ...
... Exit row so you don't have any injuries and are able-bodied". I replied "I've hurt my hip". She immediately picked up the phone and spoke to someone saying, "Ms Venning is unsuitable for exit row, so please downgrade her". Oh No, I couldn't believe it. I really needed that seat. Why did I speak up. What I would do in that situation at work would be to move someone else into the exit row and reallocate ...
... a visit to the new museum.
With a quick change of clothes and a change in pace, it was off to Broadway to see the Wicked Witch of the West strut her stuff.
I didn’t rate the show that much, but Rach loved it. I think I like more shooting, action and ...
... proportion of people working there didn't seem to be either. The last stop of the day was Times Square in order to see and photograph it all lit up. Another tourist trap for sure but it has to be done! I preferred our evening in Chelsea/West Village last night as it was more our style and a much more authentic part of the city.
We fly back to England tomorrow night and that fact has suddenly dawned ...
... it was taking too long so we walked and walked some more back to our hotel. Our hotel was on 46th & 8th, Central Park Zoo was on 69th & 5th.
We had dinner at an italian restaurant near our hotel and met up with Mike and Nicole. After dinner we walked around Times Square and went into a few stores. We looked at American Eagle Outfitters, Forever 21, MAC, Toys R Us. Toys R Us has a ferris wheel inside it and would be awesome for children.