Fairfield Inn East Rutherford Meadowlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... The next day was a Sunday so we stayed at home to spend some time with Rob's family. We went to see Matthew's football game in New Rochelle. Angus was one of the coaches and they won 2-1 so they were happy. We then took their dog Tily out for a walk in the Rye area. We walked past some really big expensive houses and walked to the Shenorock beach club where they are members. We also went down to the beach where we could see the big amusement ...
... to Boston only to be told we had to do that at Penn Station. Grrr!! Caught the shuttle train back to Times Square then walked to Penn Station and found you had to buy a ticket to get into the station to buy a ticket - decided it was all to hard so we are going to fly - half the price too. Walked back to the hotel with a detour to Macys and a massage. I thought massages were ...
... I spend on touristy things, the more coffee I can drink.....yes! The ferry trip across was actually really nice and it was great smelling the ocean again and having its spray on my face. I got a good view of New Jersey, Governors Island, the working port (awesome stuff) and the luxury port where the fancy cruise liners dock. We had the US coast guard with us all the time and sniffer dogs and police as NY is on high alert at the moment and this ferry is ...
... shoulders and have high necks). Actually there are many races and cultures in Brooklyn who basically stick to their own communities. We also had a ferry ride out to the Statue of Liberty. Got quite close, though the photos don't necessarily show that. On our Uptown journey we drove past the apartments of the rich and famous, which look nothing from the outside. Also went to Harlem, which we really enjoyed. Of course mostly black-Africans in ...
... thankfully. Due to the buildings being all around too, there was quite a lot of shade.
On our way down we realised how busy this city really is, every day of the year. Once we got closer there were plenty people trying to sell tickets to go up to the top, but I am always reluctant to buy off the streets. They all had uniform and name badges though, so we stopped and listened what they were offering. I wasn't really listening as I didn't want to buy from them ...