Hampton Inn Carlstadt-At The Meadowlands
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Day 58 New York A day of travelling- this time by train - a four hour trip. This morning we took a walk around the Boston Common before our journey to New York. Our room is great and the first think I did was unpack the jumble in my bag. Whilst we ...
... and some took the lift option while others climbed the 195 steps to the pedestal. Unfortunately we could not get tickets to climb to the crown so had to make do with the view from here, which was still spectacular. Step stepped up to the mark with getting the right photo shot and risked life and limb to lay down to get the angle for photos of the group taking turns to help hold the torch. We then went through the Museum and gained more information ...
... through!! Took the ferry home and then took Mousse to the trailer. We walked to dinner at a local Mexican restaurant. The restaurant was in the basement of this row house. The food was good. We walked home and tried not to move then rest of the night!!! It was 8:00 PM and felt like midnight!
Chuck's Comments: First I have to admit the stroller was worth it. I thought Sheila was crazy on insisting we get. ...
... and got half price tickets to a Broadway show, "On the Town". Was great! A light story but plenty of fun numbers and dance sequences. Good times! My firstt actual show on Broadway in NYC!! Then we visited Carlos Bakery, home of the Cake Boss!! He's the guy that made me want to make funky cakes! Love Carlos. Love him even more after eating his cakes.... So good! Home to enjoy the cake and get ready for a day of shopping on Fifth Avenue and more! ...
... into a backpack, place the lighter items at the bottom and the heavier ones on top. Your bag will feel lighter this way as the pack rests on your lower back. It is also smart to place the things you use the most on top. Dirty clothes are perfect to pack at the bottom of a backpack.
Pack only what you know you will use and if you are travelling for more than three weeks, plan to wash ...