Hilton Garden Inn Rockaway
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... Broadway, should have turned left, Duds!) Turns out we had headed toward the financial end of town where coffee shops were rather thin on the ground. If the walk was judged on it being an explorative sightseeing walk, then it was a great success. If it was judged on whether we found a place to have morning tea, then it was not so successful. This place really does have them all, Kat even took a photo of a greyhound wearing a T-shirt, ...
... England! David and I have decided to turn on data roaming while in the States as we can get the $5 a day deal. The hotel offered wifi at $25 for 3 days for a single device which is much more expensive. After the rugby we made our way towards our hotel stopping at Martinques restaurant for dinner. Very nice meal too. We are going to Ground Zero and the 911 museum tomorrow so it was a early night as we plan to make our way to Ground Zero early. Simon organised the SUV taxi for ...
... look at the liberty bell, a large bell that was in the government buildings, it was called the liberty bell by anti-slavery campaigners, as they felt the quote on the bell regarding Liberty was at odds with the practice of slavery. It was interesting to see. We then went for lunch and I had a Philly cheese steak, which was yummy! It's a sandwich filled with thinly sliced, fresh cooked ...
... Connecticut, I'm not sure) - and for at least 20 min on the other side of the road the traffic was barely moving. We made good time...even with a few stops along the way, we arrived about 6pm or so.
This was our airbnb (I would recommend it to anyone - the location was amazing and the price was very reasonable)
... there somewhere! Update: What a whirlwind tour! Thanks to an early start and pre-purchased tickets, we popped right up to the 86th floor observatory in ESB. Anne's brother-in-law even took a couple of the kids to the very top: 102nd floor! We were done by 9:30, leaving plenty of time to get to Battery Park for a roach-coach lunch. Security to board the Liberty Island ferry was hectic but not terrible. By 1pm, we found ourselves ...