Extended Stay America - Somerset - Franklin
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Travel Blogs from Somerset
... in the 7th inning and lost it. That was upsetting, but hey, it was an incredible time. Last night, I joined Matt and Miles in our living room and watched the Heat game. These dudes know just as much about sports as me. Can’t tell you how excited I am for the weekend. Mike and I are going to Central Park tonight, and then over to Bryant Park to watch the Rangers game on the big screen. Lots of sightseeing to do the next few ...
... that would be as good as anywhere. We were planning on going out for a drink or two after dinner as it was our last night all together but the rain had gotten even heavier by this stage so getting around was a problem.
There is a bar at our hotel so we decided we would just go there for a drink. We stood outside trying to wave down a taxi for about 45 mins before we got one for the girls. This was not because of shortage of cabs ...
... into Manhattan the bridge cuts across the top of Alphabet city the buildings covered in murals and a good balance of good graffiti as well as ****** tags.
You land right in the middle of China town, if the rest of New York is a bit crazy this is absolute insanity. Plenty of people insisting they have good weed, trying to sell you real Louis Vuitton (honest) in between the chickens on spits and people selling fruit you’ve never seen before in the middle of the ...
... MOMA had 6 floors of exhibits. I wanted to enjoy all of the exhibits, even if I didn't understand them, but honestly, the floor that I enjoyed the most had the paintings and works from artists such as Monet, Picasso, Klimt and van Gogh. We all took some time to admire Monet's Waterlily series; massive panels stretching metres across, and van Gogh's Starry Night. There was a large exhibit of Frank Lloyd, a reknowned American architect that I enjoyed too. Andrew ...
... was the very first one on the carousel. That's never happened before :) We drove from Lagardia to Zach's place in Brooklyn, where I got to meet his wife Elyse for the second time in three years. We hung out till their 13 month old son woke up, and I got to meet the little guy for the first time. Once Noah was awake and ready to roll....it was two men and a baby heading to downtown Manhattan. Elyse was excited to use the afternoon for some relaxing time. We ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed