Hampton Inn & Suites Newark-Harrison-Riverwalk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we got off the bus and stepped into the extremely small airport, we went to baggage claim. We picked up our bags from the conveyor-belt very easily, it didn't take long at all for them to come through or to be spotted and snagged. Then we followed the directions on an email from Carol and went in search of a staff member from LdM. Thank God Meghan was with me, or I would've been way more nervous - there was no staff member to meet us. We went outside and stood for a ...
... tour operators impact customer sentiment feedback on Trip Adviser, so games are played....we won't be mucked around tomorrow let me tell you. Additionally if anyone reading this is planning a holiday anywhere and using a hop on, hop off facility our recommendation is the use The Big Bus, they have the best Trip Adviser record. We used Grayline but never again! We finally picked up our bus on 7th and 42nd and headed Downtown. Weather was still cold, a bit blowy but snow ...
... rain whilst this cab driver did his drama queen thing and inconvenienced countless others on Christmas Eve. The bus finally came and we hopped on. Honestly, these buses are horrible. Uncomfortable, dreadful tour guide who barely speaks English that can be understood, and today it was soaking wet. Pretty miserable for the rest of the tour but when we hopped off we immediately found a nice warm diner and had baguettes and coffee that soon warmed ...
So we had this booked from the day we got here. Statue was the first stop, we caught a cab from home because Kim can't walk. Got out about zero degrees and windy as, freezing. We jumped on the boat and went across. Lots of pictures and we got to go up onto the pedestal. From the highest point we could get to, continued a spiral staircase to the crown. We took the whole 3 hrs and then left, we didn't get off at Ellis Island it was getting close to the time we needed ...
... I had ham) and salads (Andy had a chicken Caesar) took half home in a box - they still let you do that in America. Decided to walk out lunch off and walked around Central Park then down to Columbus Circle. After a quick visit to Williams and Sonoma (my favourite shop) we went downstairs to the whole foods market. Unbelievable!!!! The best selection of fresh food you ...