Holiday Inn Secaucus Meadowlands
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Good place to stay, had restaurants at back of hotel. The 320 bus only took 15 mins to get into the PABT next to time square. The bus stop is outside he hotel and was $7.50 return, so pretty cheap....
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... the financial district that I visited on 9/29, the day I departed NYC for home.
SEP 28, Sun: Today was another full day. I started by walking to the 9/11 Memorial Museum starting at the pool. I was awed ...
... go inside and its as pretty as the scenes from Sex and the City. We go upstairs and there is a painting on the ceiling in one of the halls that reminds me of the Sistine Chapel painting. Definitely a wow factor. We peek in the many reading rooms before we head out to our next stop.
A couple of blocks down and we get to Grand Central. Its facade is really pretty and with the Chrysler Building in the back ground, we get some cool shots. We also go inside and the ceiling is ...
... was doing another traffic survey...) A trip Google Maps thought would take just under 4 hours ended up taking 7 and a half hours. Of course, they always say "without traffic," but when are these roads without traffic, especially in summer?
It turns out Maryland House does not have a Starbucks, so we stopped at the first service area on the New Jersey Turnpike. Big mistake. Apparently a bus ...
Nice relaxed day today in Central Park. It is massive and so finding our way round proved difficult. We first sat near this quaint little Cottage and played cards. Mum won... Again! Mum- 4, Dad- 1, Me-0... This was going to get ugly. We then had a stroll along to the pond which was lovely and found a nice spot under some trees to relax and for me to try and gain some ...
... 200 before we left.
In the afternoon, we walked over to the Highline and down to the West Village. The Highline is a new addition to the City and is a converted derelict railway that ran above the city along the west side from 31st down to the West Village. Its only been around since 2009 and is an amazing part of the city. It weaves through the apartment blocks and office buildings and you ...