Fairfield Inn East Rutherford Meadowlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of everything, including a section at the back of the store with almost every hot food imaginable. People load up plates with food of their choice and pay for it with their groceries, then take it upstairs to eat it. Although, by the time they get through the check-out queues it must be cold. They also don't have the pay system on trolleys, so they still have grocery attendants who collect them all. I like the idea of lots of smaller competitors in the market place, keeps everyone ...
What a day! Full on from breakfast to dinner and beyond.
We had a typical New York breakfast at one of the many diners around our Hotel. Lots of coffee, eggs and bacon. James though, majored on the pancakes and syrup. We then took the subway downtown to 34th and Herald square which left us between Macys (Meg), 34th the shopping street as far as I could tell and the Empire State Building (Jane). We enjoyed them all ...