Holiday Inn Express Meadowlands
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... did it get us on the subway, which is why we bought it, it also saved us a lot of time walking Mousse through the city. When Mousse got tired, he simply would sit down. I could drag him on the sidewalk but he wasn't going to walk very fast. Having the stroller allowed us to put a tired puppy in the stroller and continue our journey through the city.
Another thing that we didn't mention was that when we woke ...
... to him and Bryan.
5:25 Bryan is just swimming under the Brooklyn Bridge
5:30 Now Manhattan Bridge, water temperature is 22.8c (73.1f)
5:40 Going under the Williamsburgh bridge now. Joe says is 4.5 knots of current with us
5:45 The Empire State building and the Chrysler Building are in sight now.
Current back to 2.9 knots
5:47 Bryan just took a feed
6:00 Sunrise now - its lovely
6:14 Rich ...
... road. You can cut back on the number of clothes items by packing multi-purpose clothing, for example items that can both be worn during the day and as sleepwear.
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... you go. This building inside is so retro. Lots of wood and gold and brass with highly polished floors. We head upstairs and grab an audio tour pack which you hang around your neck and it starts up when you stop at the next display, as you walk along. This tells the whole story from the design of the building to present day.
We get in the lift and travel up to the 86th floor in lightning speed. With your ears popping all the way. On the 86th level ...
... of comedy, but he also told memorable historical stories of the various neighbourhoods and landmarks we were passing. I learned a lot. Raffetto's famous fresh pizza (a Greenwich Village institution since 1906) and Mal and Hilary's homemade delicious pesto, and a bottle of Nero d'Avola for dinner somehow prompted Mal and me into reminiscing about our childhood. It was a hilarious collection of stories, ranging from Mr Prero (the TV repairman who was a client of dad's and ...