Extended Stay America - Piscataway - Rutgers University
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... some research. The tour stopped at the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge and Grand Central Station.
This is a good way to see all the sights in a day, you don't feel rushed and the guide knows what he is talking about, it would be perfect for a school group because you could get all your sight seeing done and have a learning experience at the same time.
Today I visited the Guggenheim Museum on the Upper East Side. This museum is known for it's unique architecture. The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and has a distinct facade that is different from anything else in Manhattan. Wright died before the building was completed. You can see from the outside of the building that it is circular. The inside is just amazing. There are circles everywhere in the building from the design on the floors to ...
... seen a few hundred pass by, but apparently when it rains everyone grabs a cab so they were all full. The 4 of us guys decided that we had waited long enough so we bought 2 umbrellas to share and walked about 15 mins to get back to the hotel. we made it back before the girls!
We were soaked and the alcohol had worn off so a drink wasn't as enticing. Instead of going up to the bar we went got tea and hot chocolates before bed.
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... a *famous* candy store, Ichiban, with it's very odd candies and dried fruits. I tried a few things, surely the first candy store I've ever been in that didn't call my name, LOL.
I walked more and came to Chatham Square, which is the view directly under my window. Seven streets merge in the square, and it was an open air market in the 5 Points days. There is a memorial to the Chinese-Americans that died in WWII, with the arch named after an airman, Lt. B. R. Kimlau, ...
... night was required so we could hit the streets of New York, running! Day 2: We started the day with breakfast at the hotel. Despite our reservation saying that breakfast was not included, our very nice, new, compact hotel served up a continental breakfast with some sausages and eggs on the side. We fuelled up, rugged up and headed out in to the cold. We had a few plans for the day including the 9/11 memorial, the food tour, Times Square and the Phantom of the Opera. ...