Extended Stay America - Secaucus - New York City Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... t look dressed up enough. The Thai restaurant, Room Service, was very tastefully but interestingly decorated. Ang described it as funky. It had music playing and the service and good was outstanding. Craig described the rice part of his meal as the most flavoursome he's ever had. We've been lucky with the weather, the advance forecasts had been good, but we'd not had any rain until walking home from dinner it was showering, but not enough to get soaked. We were in bed at ...
... The first being his stay in the hospital (Gerry was a nurse) and second, regarding his experience of Aladdin, which she had recommended. Just a quick note of assurance, Chuck is alright and now after a couple of days is back to his full strength.
Day three included the musical, "Jersey Boys" and dinner at Cafe Boulud. We thought the musical was a sad story of Franki Valli's life on the road with the Four Seasons. The ...
... Phil said near Bolton, and the guy said "Stelios" referring to Stelios Giannakopoulos who used to play for Bolton. Turns out, the guy was Greek. Anyway, he gave us two tokens to get a free breakfast the next morning and showed us the way to our room, no. 1706. We had been told it had lovely views of the Empire State so walked in very excited. Up in the lift we went and into our room. It was lovely, we had chocolates on the bed and a little box of chocolates on the table too. ...
... England. It was designed by Frederic Bartholdi and engineered by Gustave Eiffel. It is made of copper and when originally erected would have been the colour of pennies. It took approximately 20 years for the green patina to develop. This helps to protect the copper from the salt of the harbour. The base of the pedastal was originally an old fort which was modified to provide an elevated platform for the statue to stand on. When she was first erected the Statue ...
... I had people I had never met before believe in me and say things to me about acting that truly...I can't even describe how it made me feel...all I can say is thank you. So last day in London what to do? We head down to the Borough Markets full of fresh produce and loads of samples and this girl loves her samples. PLUS they had a whole section dedicated to desserts that nearly guaranteed that a- I would never return and b- would have a series of problems due to my love of ...