Holiday Inn Newark Airport
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Fantastic! Can't say enough .... fantastic friendly helpful staff, great location, hotel shuttle, lovely restaurant and bonus kids eat free. Room was very comfortable, guest laundry upstairs too. Would definitely recommend.
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Hard to believe now looking back as this week seems so long - no wonder as we ended up in 6 countries in 5 days! Our best laid travel plans and pre bookings were all squashed with the French striking.
After leaving our lovely Crete haven of a resort at 6am to be at the airport in time for our flight to Rome where we had a 5 hour wait. …
... away. Capturing it throughout this blog has been a highlight in itself for us. We will never be the same, and never want to forget this blessed time we had, for the people we met, and the hearts that touched ours for good. Namaste Asia and India. We sure fell in love with you. Until we meet again...
Well, and bags packed, suitcases lugged down 3 flights of stairs and then a wait for our Shuttle to take us to New Jersey, Newark International Airport, and our flight to Amsterdam.
Arrived at the Airport but had to wait 5 hours before we could check in the luggage, the Airline failed to tell us that they did not open a checkin desk until ...
... of it from the fog), through Soho, Chinatown and across the Manhattan Bridge to Brooklyn.
Our tour guide wasn't very good. He was pretty boring. Nobody wanted to tip him! The tour went for 1.5 hours and it got pretty cold up on the top deck. Thankfully no rain, just a very light sprinkle! The Views of the Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn were cool with the Brooklyn bridge visible too. Sadly it wasn't overly dark at this time and was foggy ...
... their arms. I wonder if they got to sleep on the battleship or the submarine? Very cool night out. A large ship was docked at the cruise terminal, so big it was hard to tell where the ship ended and the terminal started. It had some sort of a water park/playground on top, complete with slides. Got some photos and headed back up 47th St. Fortunately, the Sullivan St Bakery was open and I bought a vanilla creme bomboloni to keep me going until ...