Hilton Hasbrouck Heights / Meadowlands
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Another jam packed day! We bought bagels and coffee and had "Breakfast at Tiffanys" :-) we browsed the store and saw the Tiffany Diamond... It's about 280 carats for the centre stone alone, and another 100 carats for the diamond necklace.... Wandered 5th Avenue for a while and came across St Paul's Cathedral. Beautiful. Lit a candle each for two special families back home that are in my thoughts xx Walked ...
... a couple of the numerous guys sat at chess tables. I got beat twice in the time that it took Jess to battle to a valiant defeat. Her opponent told her that she was very good and that she had the makings of the next Margaret Thatcher......I think that was meant as a compliment. We headed up the lower end of 5th and then rejoined the bus tour that we partially did yesterday and completed it up the lower east up to the park. From there, we caught the subway back to the ...
... had the best mashed potatoes. The food is fried, often loaded with sugar (fried chicken dipped in honey or candied yams) and mainly of the yellow food group unless you chose one from the green group. It was served with corn bread which had the taste and consistency of cake - very yum in a guilty kind of way. Value-wise its a lot of food for your money so it you are in need of a carb-lard loading this is the place for you! A lot of the ...
... br> neighborhood, but as well as having become more ethnically mixed it’s now
becoming more gentrified with Manhattan yuppies, being such a short subway
commute from Midtown. There are still a lot of Greek restaurants in Astoria,
but the upscale restaurants and bars along some of its boulevards make it seem
like a part of Manhattan without the tall buildings. I happy-houred at one on
30th Avenue named Mexi-BBQ that I found mentioned ...
... saw a marriage proposal at the Bethesda fountain. The whole family seemed to be in on it. There were balloons set up saying "will you marry me", rose petals down the stairs to the fountain and a male vocal trio who sang as the guy walked his girlfriend down the stairs. She did say yes - but we did think it was weird that the guy who proposed had his dog there, and spent more time cuddling it than he did his fiancée. After a hot ...