Hilton Garden Inn Ridgefield Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Ridgefield Park
... On the way to the caste we
bough iceblocks (it was 32 degrees at this point) and a pretzel to
share. They're jumbo and kind of hard like overcooked toast and this
was way too salty. But all part of the experience. We sat near Turtle
Lake (where we saw no turtles) to eat them. Enough shelter to not
burn and Central Park is cooler by quite a few degrees than walking
the concrete footpaths of NYC.
Belevede castle was near Turte Lake and
... swimmers are advised to stay on the Manhattan side of the river. As they come down the Hudson River, the swimmers must be careful of boats coming out of the piers, especially between 50th and 23rd streets. Swimmers are not allowed to swim closer than 20 yards to the end of any pier.
Their fourth check point is opposite the financial centre. The swimmers then swim along the seawall and turn into South Cove and stroke by the cheering crowds to the ...
... We shopped around a bit more and looked at 5th Street (emphasis on looked, cost = too many $$$). We made it back to the hotel and 7pm, dropped off ours bags and set out for dinner. We ate at Urbo, which dad loved the look of their staircase! We ate our dinner (which was delicious) and then bought cakes from Carlo's!!!! He is off Cake Boss!!! Long line but so worth the wait!!! We came back to the Westin and ate our Devine cakes and went to bed. Now to start a new day, talk later gators!! LJ ...
Well I think we've seen quite a bit of New York. We purchased a New York Visitors pass and we have been getting as many attractions as possible ticked off the list. The Empire State Building is only about 20 min walk from our hotel so last night after dinner we did a night tour. The views were fantastic it was such a clear night the lights ...
... a lump to your throat. The centre is next door to the No 10 ladder of the FDNY. As we exited the sirens went off and the engine pulled out of the station and the firefighters jumped on board. Pauline was excited to say the least.
To finish the day off we travelled back uptown to Times Square for a burger, fries, beer and a cocktail in O'Donoghues.