Extended Stay America - Piscataway - Rutgers University
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Travel Blogs from Piscataway
... with pride, because somehow I have birthed a creature with an infectious giggle, a rapidly expanding vocabulary and infinite wonder of the world. The single lady travellers gave me "you go get them" looks and I shared a knowing nod with other parents.
People in restauants look at me like I’ve been stood up. Waiters presume I don’t want a table and will be ordering take out. Best of all, the street sellers presume I’m a local and don’t try to sell me ...
I will make this brief as we have been so busy since we have been in New York. What can I say...It is every bit as fabulous that I thought it would be and more!
The New Yorkers are very friendly and stop and help you out when you are peering at a map, or just strike up a conversation when we are in a restaurant or bar.
We've seen Lady Liberty in the Fog!! Hilarious, ...
... so I left and went back to my hotel to pack and then went to the club KuDeTa to say goodbye to everyone. At 10pm, we were to leave for the airport and the car came with the French piano player who was with Joan Minor. As we were about to leave for the airport, the car stalled and wouldn't start. This was not the same vehicle that we took to the country. It was a very nice Land Rover. Well, everyone looked inside the motor again and they put in ...
... stood near the metro doors when we stopped at stations (Jane)!When we got back to Manhattan we headed to the south end to get the free Staten Island ferry and a view of the Statute of Liberty. After the awe of the skyscrapers the SoL was disappointing.
We saw the ground zero memorial and after yet more walking we got to Chinatown where we hoped for a cheap slap up meal. But we struggled. When we did find a place that sold something affordable that we ...
... the reason the G train isn't most hated is because if you live in Manhattan you never have to take it. The G train only runs from Brooklyn to Queens. It's only five cars long, the cars are all the horrible 1970's ones with uncomfortable seats, it only runs every 20 minutes, and is full of weirdos. Sorry regular riders of the G train - you're weird. Long Island City is on the East River in Queens. The first thing I did after getting off of the ...