Hampton Inn North Brunswick/New Brunswick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... but didn't say boo the entire time. A TV one end, and a radio the other were reporting different aspects of the troubling Paris sieges. I was happy with Franco's handiwork and delighted that it was cheaper than I'd pay in Melbourne even with a tip! Although the temperature was still only -8, I did explore the SoHo (South of Houston) section of Broadway, and discovered the legendary food store Dean and Deluca's where I picked up a few supplies for our lunch. George ...
New York is THE most amazing city! I know; I've already said that a few times, but trust me, this city deserves to be raved about repetitively - it is flat-out fabulous ... and this from a person who truly believes that Italy and Greece can't be topped. However, New York deserves every word or song lyric that has ever been written about it ... and so much more. I first visited for only 2 quick nights on a whistle-stop tour of America in 1987. I have rather vague ...
Shifted to a new hotel to get the Downtown experience. For the first time in my life, I have crossed the 50th floor, staying at the 51st floor. The moment I open the door, first thing I see from the window is the grand Freedom towers and I can overlook the 9/11 memorial. Right behind the Freedom tower is the Hudson River. What a magnificent view. The weather today added to the pleasantness - 1 degree, ...
... acted a little like House.
They did all the tests including ultrasound but I am basically clear, which is good as a DVT wouldn't have been much fun. Five hours of my New York Experience later and the cost was $1800! Now justifying my way through my insurer to see if they think it was emergency enough to pay.
Having rested all day I was up for some night ...
... the statue of Liberty, and I saw from far the lines for going into the statue, no thank you!
The sun was shining, I enjoyed the view, seeing this helicopter parking, the skyline of south Manhattan, Governor Island and finally Staten Island.
Once there, just walking ... and I see this museum, where they tell the story of the ferries over the years, this whole exposition about the Cicata (cigale in French, ...