Fairfield Inn East Rutherford Meadowlands
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... water was off and he gave us some free cards to enjoy ice-cream at their original store which is guess-what?- about a block and a half away from where we are staying! So today, I am determined to get my ice cream!
When we get out of the subway though, we are waylaid with another festival. There are street stalls lining both sides of the street for about ten blocks or more with all kinds of food and merchandise! Love it! We check it out for a ...
... St to get the 1 train to Christopher St for a small dessert at Big Gay Ice Cream. The line was nearly out the door when I arrived at the shop and when I left it was around the corner. I chose the Mermaid. This is a dish of vanilla soft serve with graham cracker pie crust crumbs, key lime curd and whipped cream. I liked it a lot and was glad I tried it. Last year I got the Bea Arthur and loved that too. I can’t wait to try another concoction on my next visit-maybe the ...
... cruising back on ferry to Battery Park.
Decided to stop at a Italian cafe for pizza, pasta and a wrap early tea and able to watch some World Cup Soccer, before going to Yankee Stadium to watch baseball - New York Yankees vs Toronto Blue Jays at 7.00pm. Gamed finished at 11.00pm Yankees 7 to Blue Jays 4. Was great to see a live game, thought game a little slow, but still enjoyed the evening.
... quilts from the 1850's on. Of course we would have liked to photograph them but we weren't allowed :( They were beautiful. I did manage to buy a couple of reproduction quilt patterns. I had a cocktail with Sue and Lizzy while waiting for the bus to the hotel :) Check in was 5pm at the New York Sheraton....the same hotel as last year and is lovely. It was a short walk to Appleby's (in the rain) for dinner and then back to the hotel for a hot shower and settle in for the ...
... who did not stop talking & wrongly thought he was a comedian. He was totally harmless & rumbled out Dad jokes for almost an hour. His jokes were, "Where do midgets drink? At the mini bar" etc etc. The bar tender brought out some pizza bread just as were about to leave & we knew if we didn't head to Chinatown then we would be stuck there with Russell all night.
Picked a restaurant called Joes Shanghai which ...