Fairfield Inn & Suites Somerset
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... of bars that includes five of their most popular flavors, Stumptown Coffee, Sea Salt, Crown Maple, Cocoa Nib, and Almond. I also got two different flavors of truffles to save for later, raspberry and ginger bourbon chocolate. I have seen these chocolate bars all over town in several different flavors, so I might end up grabbing a few more before I leave. After fighting the Saturday night subway crazies I was happy to be back at my apartment and pleasantly remembered that I ...
... called New Leaf that was about a five minute walk from the museum. I decided to sit out the storm there. I got there just before the sky really opened up. I was a little hungry so I had a wonderful gazapacho and a grilled cheese. Once the rain let up to a drizzle I headed back to Brooklyn with a lot of new lessons learned. After quite a day, I figured that I deserved a treat from Beny's. Today I tried the chocolate pear tart. It did not ...
... the Black Forest in Germany, we got a taxi to the Hotel in the city of Karlsruhe arriving at 10.30pm, another late night.
We were up early and had a walk a few blocks along to the park and to get some breakfast before heading back for our bags and walking to the Rail Station in time for the 9.33am to Paris. The train was very modern and clean, a double decker one. Once we found somewhere to put our bags we settled in for the 3 ...
... phone so poor Weena had to leave a spectacular break dance exhibition in Central Park to cab half way across town to retrieve it and gave the lovely man $40 for his efforts. You never know your luck in the big city. At least something has gone my way.... Anyway I have had to cancel my Night Photography tour tonight. Extremely disappointed and it cost $200 so I am hoping I can do it on our last night back in NYC. Crossing my fingers I ...
... there just to make you stop and think? The American Museum of Natural History was our next stop. We arrived quite late in the day and only had an hour and a half to make our way around. To say we did an express visit would be an understatement. It would take days to see everything! We quickly visited the geology exhibits; the marine exhibits which also has the enormous whale model that is suspended from the ceiling and which visitors can lie under; ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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