Extended Stay America - Secaucus - New York City Area
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... Also there was one time in our SF tour I think, we ate in a Chinese resto and was out of small money. So we gave $100 to pay the bill. They deducted the tip straight away without us giving them. And they took hevty lot of $6. I was just about to give $2 or $3. Goshhh. On the 17th, Last day, our last show, broadway!!! How can you leave the big apple without a memory of a broadway? We chose Phantom of the Opera and it was amazingly ...
... particularly the carved out pumpkins. At the end of the High Line we couldn't wait to get inside and warm ourselves up with beers (and wine for me) at Lucy’s Cantina Royale bar. We met Olly (who I worked with at Heinz), his girlfriend and friend there. I left them all later to go and watch the Knicks and was gutted I hadn’t got a ticket too.
On Stan and Robin’s last day we walked around Central Park. ...
... loop of the Hop on Hop off bus. Here we saw Columbus Circle, the Lincoln Centre, the Cathedral of St John the Devine, begun in 1892 and still unfinished, Riverside Church - tallest church in the US, Grant's Tomb, the final resting place of Ulysses S Grant and his wife, Columbia University, the oldest in NY, the unusual shaped Guggenheim museum , Harlem and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
... anthem was sung very dramatically by a woman who was in Finding Neverland (I can't remember her name). All the team players were introduced to Star Wars music, it was all very dramatic! We stayed for about 2 hours of the game, that was more than enough for me - I only went for the American experience. It would have gone on for at least another hour and it was very slow and boring.
Tuesday I took an epic tour called Jerry's Grand Tour; a 77 year old ...
... in just before us, and dozens of people were lined up for Starbucks and the ladies' room. Still, we persisted and enjoyed our Starbucks treats. I learned what a Frappucino is. Who would have thought there were so many kinds of them? The Starbucks card the Woman's Club gave me came in very handy.
We finally got to the hotel and checked in. Of course, the first thing Jess, Jasmine, and Josh wanted ...