Holiday Inn Express Meadowlands
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... for only 24 usd. Andy enjoyed his endless cups of coffee, giving the waiter a nod each time he wanted a refill, Nina, Cez, Lou & Saffy joined us for their breakfasts and was impressed on our choice, it had been better than what they had found so far. After scoffing down a hearty start for our day we all strolled to the nearby subway on 57th st to catch our metro's. Nina & the girls were going to New Jersey to pick up some cupcakes from cake box. We wanted ...
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Today I had another leisurely day in Brooklyn. I spent my time in Downtown Brooklyn visiting the NYC Transit Museum and doing some shopping. The first thing I did was have lunch at a place called Shake Shack which is all the rage here. The first one popped up in Madison Square Park with a seemingly never ending line of people. They have several locations all over the city now. I liked this place before I even ordered because ...
... to date. Got a bottle of red and a fun night was held by all!!
Except the wet shoe, blister induced walk home. New boots on both of us and we were trying a number of ways to walk home to reduce the pain. Epic struggle but all too funny!
We then checked out a bar. Drinking a cocktail and then we work out it's called 'The Vic' (a fav in Melbourne also).
Home by 1am, night ...
... not find the line that stopped there so being such intrepid explorers we set out on foot up Broadway, which runs the whole length to Manhattan. That took us through some very noisy and crowded areas, including the financial district, and we stopped for a brief respite at Trinity Church where they had a musical recital on, which seemed to be from a musical comedy, though not recognisable to us. Our trek then took us through Soho and the numerous clothes shops, but we ...