Holiday Inn Carteret - Rahway
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... some of the amazing stores in the area. The Macy's store was huge. Nine floors each spread over massive square metres. It was almost like a mall in itself, with lots of 'separate' boutiques within the store of the major fashion labels. Donna bought a few things and ingot a new pair of jeans - fantastic range of leg lengths which we don't get at home. We grabbed some dinner and headed back for a relatively early night. Tomorrow night another show. And Donna heads home on Friday! ...
... out from the helipad at the shore and dodging lines of people queuing for the megabus services to New York state and beyond. We also reached one end of the highline - an old rail-line that had been converted to a walking platform that now ran about a mile and a half across the borough.
From a previous tour we had learnt that Hugh Jackman's apartment sat just above line in Chelsea. We walked to it - debating our opening line should Hugh (or ...
... to Carnegie Deli and indulged in kosher pickles and brisket sandwiches. That was a treat. We then took a cab to China town to do some bargain shopping. Gifts are a coming.,,,,, Then back to the hotel for a brief shower and then dinner at Gramercy Tavern. While dining in this restaurant I actually felt like we were in a movie. Tomorrows encounter begins with the 911 memorial and the play Wicked. More to ...
... which is just so amazing. I have wanted to see this show since I saw their Tony performance about two years ago and I am so happy with my decision. After the show, we got some dessert and hot chocolate and headed back to Long Island, where we all fell asleep as soon as we possibly could. We were exhausted but it was an amazing day.
Sunday we tried to wake up even earlier to beat the lines at TKTS. We wanted to get out of the house by 9:30. Our plans were complicated as we ...
... had 4 children and they all slept in the one bed. One day the husband left for work and never came home. The wife had to find a way to earn money so she became a seamstress to support her four children. She never knew what happened to her husband. Fortunately for her she inherited $600 seven years later and never had to work again. The museum are pretty sure they have found the husband who died alone in Colorado as an old man. ...