Extended Stay America - Elizabeth - Newark Airport
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... for the last couple of days they were starting to feel a bit tired so we enjoyed some rest watching Hitch before they went to see the show. They loved Kinky Boots as much as we did and we were so glad they had won the tickets.
Thursday 27th November was Thanksgiving in the US so we wandered up to watch the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade in the morning with snow falling around us. We found quite ...
... Anymore food and I might have had a food baby. We walked off lunch by re visiting DSW where surprisingly we all managed to refrain from buying anymore boots and then looking around Grand Central Station.
That evening we had Dan (who I used to live with) and his sister Nat over for drinks. They were both out visiting New York as Nat was out with work. We could have easily stayed in the flat all night but ...
... of all these men. Who no doubt would've giggled and laughed, stabbed me, then nicked my stuff. We got to our room safely. Watched all the way. Put on the latch and just looked at each other. The door goes, waits a few seconds, then the door tries to open, but gets caught on the chain, luckily it was just a guy who worked there, checking everything was ok. This was too much for me, we could see a crowne plaza just around ...
... building after financial building. Pretty cool though.
The far end of Wall St led to the waterfront, which was perfect as the next part of our plan was to see the Brooklyn Bridge from close-up. As we stayed a while in the memorial museum, it was now getting later and we were ready for tea. We walked around for a while trying to find something both cheap and good - which ruled out fast food. We eventually settled on an Italian, and both had pasta. What ...