Extended Stay America - Ramsey - Upper Saddle River
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... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Caught the ferry to Boston. Sadly didn't get to see any whales.
Spent the next four hours chilling in a Boston park next to Bostons's Federal Reserve Bank waiting for a Greyhound bus.
... Caught the train from Penn to Ramsey station. Arrived back at 71 Cherry Lane at midnight. In a rush against time, using German efficiency we sunk a couple Cool's tinnies, unpacked our backpacks dumping all the dirty clothes straight into the German washing machine (for some reason all the washing programmes are in German). Cooked up a tasty burger on the barbecue. Stayed up till the early hours repacking our bags ready for our flight ...
Given the task today to fix all the broken terrace chairs, replacing them with new metal bases, part of the deal in exchanging labour for the new guitar. Cycled to the lake in the evening a 10 minute ride from 71 Cherry Lane. We went for a swim, the reserve was busy with all types of people ...
... up to Central Park and went on a row boat. We were very lucky as we got there at 11.30am to find no queue so managed to hop on a boat straight away. We were out on the water for an hour and when we came back the queue was ridiculously long so the tip is to go in the morning!
Saturday night Rich and I were having a joint birthday celebration. We decided to have drinks with some friends on Rich and Gemma’s rooftop as ...
... half an hour later. Caught a taxi over to the other side of town to Mary's Place, Manhattan's best BBQ restaurant. Indulged in a very meaty chicken sandwich. Met back up with Tom and Henry. Headed over to a German beer bar and ordered our own mini-keg between us. Finished up an hour all-so later headed to one of Tom's favourite bars that looks over the Skyline and the great Hudson River. We drank ...