Hampton Inn South Plainfield-Piscataway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Today we woke and the others went to breakfast at Stephens for bagels. I was so so tired so I stayed and had a much needed sleep. Mum hasn't tarted to get sick now so her and dad came back for a rest too. We then went to Chinatown where we were sold their wares. Tiffany, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, all kinds of goodies. We found a couple of things then walked about 6 or 7 blocks up to a park all the while following a little Chinese man ...
... neighbourhood. Part of the 'refurbishment' is the "High Line" an overhead rail that had become defunct and is now turned into a green vein with trees and plants and a variety of clever/arty ways to tie the whole thing in with the surrounding streets. A good 20 blocks of the line have been completed and they're working on doubling the length of it. I was seriously impressed and again wonder why initiatives like this never happen ...
... Innaloo I was a bit worried that Sioux might need a bucket. (FYI - it was the Jason Bourne movie that jumped around all over the place) Where was I? I've lost track now. Oh yes, The Empire State Building. Our ticket takes us to the 86th floor and for another $20 we could have gone to the 102th floor that was the spikes bit on the top. We figured the view we had was pretty sensational on the outside observation deck, that was very crowded and also extremely cold, even by NY standards. ...
... friends Kristen and Adam got married in a beautiful upstate New York wedding, at which I was Kristen’s maid of honor. Lucky for me, Adam is Australian, so approximately half of the guests at this wedding had traveled from Australia for the occasion! Well, they were all lovely. Duh. And I was hooked, I started to really think about what this might mean, could I actually do it? Do I have the guts to just pick up and leave my career I’ve worked so hard for, my ...
... It was great fun walking through Wall Street as I got to see some things I hadn’t seen before including the Charging Bull. It’s a bronze sculpture in an aggressive pose that attracts hundreds of tourists. It was an act of “guerrilla art” that was installed following the 1987 stock market crash. The police took the sculpture away but following public outcry it was re installed. Tourists surround ...