Extended Stay America - Newark - Woodbridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 20491;小時的 旅程及時差 ;還是不容ਵ 1;適應。 很湊巧，我 ;有個好友࠼ 3;好在紐約Ñ 86;差。晚上 105;們大家一 6215;吃飯，聊 24471;很愉快，& #32080;束了美國 的第一天。 ; ...
... hotel - quick change and back to Times Square. Show was fantastic - we were unsure what it was about when we brought the tickets but we all loved it. When we walked out lights of Times Square were so bright it seemed like daylight and crowds were unbelievable as shops were still open. Back to the subway and finally home - huge day. Sue, Steph & Leigh continued to check out the shops and ended up at Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and ...
... the US and so we decided to wait until New York to buy it. I was ( and am) thrilled with the purchase. There is nothing quite like a little blue box tied up with a white ribbon. Back on Earth, our next stop was Keens Steakhouse to try a traditional steak. They were gigantic and totally fab, as expected. Afterward we staggered up the Empire State Building to see New York by night. The crowds were insane and I was really glad we had bought express passes to avoid the ...
... The visuals were amazing. (And for Friends fans... No I didn't roll over on my juice box). We walked over to Central Park, stopping along the way to buy barbecued meat over rice with salad lunch from a street vendor. We found a cool spot to eat lunch and then we eased for The Lake and The Boat House which is a NYC institution. The Boat House is a beautiful restaurant and bar, right on the lake and we found a table in the deck. We decided to go cocktails. Donna had ...
More pavement pounding has been had, more games of basketball against locals and more beer and food consumed in the last two days - same old same old!
Off to an earlier start than of recent days on Wednesday we headed out of Brooklyn by subway for Roosevelt Island to take the aerial tram across the East River. People seem to start work lat here so even at 9:30 am the trains going into Manhattan are packed. The Aerial Tram is ...