Extended Stay America - Red Bank - Middletown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we will (hopefully) catch up next weekend before I leave New York. It is a beautiful sunny day and we decide to go on a cruise on the harbour so we can get a look at the Statue of Liberty. Feeling pretty proficient at this traveling around NY, we manage both a subway ride and a bus ride to make it to the Pier. We arrive an hour before we think we are scheduled for the cruise as that was what we were told we had to do, but in a stroke of luck, there is a group leaving ...
... choreographed show to the music. There was a small screen showing an actual performance. It was unbelievably cool. The exhibit on Latin American art from today left me scratching my head and remembering the words of Andy Warhol, 'art is what you can get away with'. Photography was not allowed in the museum so I had to write down what I saw in order to share it here. Use your imagination if you will. There was a large canvas with three ...
A week has passed, and the things I am experiencing in New York City are starting to, well, influence the way I think about things. In other words, my life is starting to change. My bosses took Mike and I to lunch today at a restaurant overlooking Manhattan and the Trade Center site. Delicious food. Racked up quite the bill! Mom would be proud... We were there for two hours, and talked about the state of ...
... Matt and Nicci to explore Little Italy and went to dinner at a Japanese restaurant in the Theatre District at a place called Ruby Foo's, it was nice to have something different for a change. On our way home we had another browse around Times Square all lit up like Chrissy tree! Shops are open until ridiculous times, I understand why it's known as 'the city that never sleeps'.
There is so much to see and so little time... wish us luck!!
L & B ...
... on the other side of the track. To do that, we had to go back to the surface. When we found the right subway, and went back down, we almost had to pay again, but i talked to the guy that issued the subway tickets, and he let us walk through the gate. We then took the subway back to the station we first originally planned to get off at. (The costruction was only happening on the North Line, not the south line.) We then walked to the church.