Hilton Garden Inn Ridgefield Park
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Travel Blogs from Ridgefield Park
... Roman, our landlords’ son (they live above us) looked after Tigger while we were away and was very disappointed when Tigger didn’t do a poo that he needed to scoop – we got a daily report on his non-existent bowel movements… Lulu got dropped off a bit later and was excited to have four people to give her attention.
On Thursday morning Matt had to fly to Detroit. Lise, John and I met at Century21 which is a huge store with great shopping – ...
... I had been to the Island before but I was excited to back over. We had tickets for 10.00. This basically meant we could queue at 10.00 in the hot sun (working on my tan) for nearly an hour. But it was worth the wait. There was a huge crowd. Amongst the crowd were reporters, police and SWAT? Hello! When two SWAT officers passed us and we did an about turn and followed them. After a quick chat we managed to get a photo with one of them. Despite the fact that he was carrying a ...
Today I woke early, packed stuff up and checked out of the YMCA hotel, then took a taxi to penn station and hopped on a train to Newark airport where I then took the AirTrain and shuttle bus to the Hilton hotel. Once I arrived I met up with Faye, Ryan and Adam and we all headed into New York to see some sights and do typical touristy stuff. We walked to Times Square, Central Park, down 5th avenue, we also walked to ...
... 8211; McDonalds! We have to use up the rest of the food kitty so we all have about 6 or 7 dollars each to get food which is more than enough by American prices. Fast food is dirt cheap here. I tuck into my usual – a Big Mac meal the same the world over. Steve does the sums and balances his books over lunch and then gives us all $1 back each to clear the rest of the money! Everyone else is laughing. I’m really grateful of the dollar haha! Once everyone ...
... between rows of booths (and reaching down with the mike to get customers to join in =). Lots of fun. This place was really jumping (but, again, we were seated right away), even towards midnight when we left to head the rest of the way back to the hotel. As we walked back down Broadway, many of the shops were still open for business. Indeed, the city that never sleeps! One store that was closed, though, was a Toys 'R' Us that had a full size Ferris wheel INSIDE the ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center