Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Newark Liberty International Airport
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... security it was ten minutes past our scheduled boarding time. We rushed to the gate number on our boarding pass (you know, the one they issued to us three hours earlier) only to find out our gate number had changed to the other end of the terminal. On the rush to get to that gate we heard the final boarding call for our flight. Ridiculous. All said and done, we did make the flight, barely, no thanks to this new system of theirs. The flight itself was blessedly uneventful, although ...
... had to be at least 500 people.
I then hen decided to try some east coast pizza and ordered a sausage pizza... 30 minutes later I was informed that they were out of sausage and could give me a spinach, mushroom and onion pizza.... Those of you that know me... Already know that was not going to work.. So I settled for a grilled chicken sandwich from Ruby's which was to die for.
Now.... Time for this 15 hour flight to Delhi..... Ttyl
... stop for a while and look around the hospital ruins. 'It looks familiar' says Tony. We speak with the guy standing outside the gates and he smiles and confirms it is indeed the ruins in the Spider-Man movie. Tony's face lights up. He can't wait to tell Lewis. We leave Roosevelt feeling very relaxed. I swear I could live there but Tony ain't too keen, he thinks IRS too quiet for him - my how things have changed. We begin to head back to the hotel to pick our tickets up for the ...
... along to the music. They drew almost as big an audience as the trumpet player! After Central Park, the antidote is to walk back down 5th Avenue where all the fancy shops are. Every designer label is represented here and the shop windows are beautifully dressed. We stopped off at the Rockefeller Centre for a beer and to enjoy the ambience. Surrounded by gilded statues, the beautiful set and a load of flags, it was a good welcome to New. York. There is a small ...
... to our first destination Finger lakes. After a four hour drive we pulled into a service station for some lunch the view was amazing, such a lovely way to start our trek and a chance to bond. 230 miles later we found ourselves at the Americana vineyards in Taughannock for some wine tasting (yum yum) 6 wines, 3 whites and 3 reds later we had accomplished our first mission as a group :) And it was on with setting up camp ...