Extended Stay America - Elizabeth - Newark Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... skin products from Estee Lauder, which was really good as I hadn't had a chance to shop for these and really needed them.
Then we went to the service desk to see what seats we had for our long flight. There was one business class seat allocated to me, the last one on the flight. Very lucky, even though I really wanted to stay with Peter. When she was giving me the boarding pass she said, "This ...
... 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 ...
... took my time going down some of the smaller streets.
You can see that some owners/renters take a lot of pride in their property's appearance.
I got the gypsy bus back to the apartment for the last time around 6:30. A thunderstorm started around 11pm and I sat up to watch the lightning reflecting off the buildings across the river. It was a nice way to go to sleep.
... s have gotten pretty dark so hopefully the rain holds off until were gone! We are heading to Barcelona tonight, then heading to Valencia, Seville, Malaga, Morocco, Madrid and Lisbon before she heads home and I head to Ireland. Now I'm using the iPhone app to type all this, so please excuse any typos or autocorrect failures. And if you want to subscribe or follow along feel free! See you all again in ...
... somewhere on the trip.
Since there was still time left in the afternoon, we jumped on the bus to tour Harlem and Central Park. I was surprised at how many separate playgrounds there were for children in the park. It was neat to see how the park was designed to include areas for sports, a small zoo, bike trails, areas for yoga, small ponds, etc. It was certainly well designed. Since I teach about the Great Migration and the ...