Fairfield Inn East Rutherford Meadowlands
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... up and all the way down again!! It was no small task! In fact everyone's legs are feeling the effects for it now!! After we got back down we had a better walk around the museum, seeing replica moulds to scale of the statues face and foot, different versions of the torch over the years to fine tune it longevity and the story of its origins, ideas and construction. The Statue of Liberty is only the thickness of two penny's held together and is made from copper. ...
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August 28, 2014
We flew into Newark using our United air miles. That meant grabbing the Airtrain to Penn Station for $12.50 each. Once there, we bought 7 day passes on the Metro system. We’ll be in NYC for 4 nights and days and will easily get our money’s worth from an unlimited pass. ...
... warmer than steel so even at 0845 it was stuffy and all glad we were there early.
Had a mellow boat trip back to Battery Wharf great views over the harbour.
Up Wall Street to Brooklyn Bridge for a midday walk across a suspension bridge in 29 degrees. Would have been better with a hat / sunnies for James and sunscreen for any of us! Awesome views but tricky relations with cyclists who share the wooden ...
... 9/22/14): After four long months (almost to the day), I got my passport back… with an Indian visa inside. This took dozens of emails (no exaggeration) to every relevant address I could find at CKGS. I gave up on phone calls once I realized the help center I called was in India, so they had no idea where my paperwork was. The emails were also fairly useless because they contained generic replies that didn’t answer any of my questions or address the specifics of my ...
... World Trade Centre attacks in 1993. So many roses were placed in the names, and rain poured down over them the whole time we were there - which somehow seemed quite apt.
It was very strange to walk around both the North Tower and South Tower fountains, looking at the names. We spotted some from the flights that were the names of women and their unborn babies. Very moving. At one point, the wind and rain that has been falling over New York all day blew water from ...