Extended Stay America - Secaucus - Meadowlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Foggy and cool this morning. Had an egg sandwich for breakfast. (Sounded good - wasn't). We caught subway down to Battery Park and a short walk to Staten Island ferry terminal. The free ferry takes 30 mins to SI, past Liberty and Ellis Islands. Foggy but pleasant. Subway again, over to Brooklyn. Magnificent buildings everywhere. Brownstone apartment blocks, churches, court buildings. Small boutique shops everywhere. Very nice. Oh, and some crew were filming something ...
... Street is still the financial capital of the world, it’s a very non-descript looking street.
We then walked over to the 9-11 Memorial & Freedom Tower. Freedom Tower is massive & quite a stunning building. The memorial is quite simple but powerful with all the deceased names around the memorial with water flowing into a square hole in the middle. I’m not describing it well at all but it’s quite profound to stop & contemplate events.
... to see but I don't think it had the same affect with everyone rushing around!! We took the obligatory pictures before heading to the metro again to visit Chelsea market. Not far from the subway we crossed the road and headed for the large Chelsea market sign, difficult to miss!! Certainly not what I expected, Chelsea market was full with small boutiques, quirky cafe /restaurants, lots of lobster places I noticed. Definitely one of my favourite places we'd ...
... but we decided we needed to get out of the van and explore so we grabbed the bus into NYC and walked to the New York Public Library. We got on our Lap tops and worked for a few hours with all the other studious folks. The NYPL is a really epic looking building, filled with old paintings, sculptures and amazing artwork. Once again we were working while tourists came and took pictures all around us. Kind of strange but cool that we ...
... one), but delicious. From Union Square we walked down to the 9/11 Memorial - it was quite an emotional feeling. I was only 12 at the time, but I'll never forget waking up and seeing the front page of the Southland Times. The memorials are quite beautiful - it was an international competition for which people could send in their ideas. The new towers are quite impressive too. From there we went to the financial district (Wall Street - didn't see Leo or ...