Holiday Inn Carteret - Rahway
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... and of the River, up to the other bridges and beyond, and down to the Statue of Liberty are brilliant! It's a 20 minute walk, but of course you spend much longer, stopping to admire the views and take photos. The tradition of putting locks on bridges to symbolise relationships is going strong here too - there are locks on every accessible bit of wire narrow enough! We celebrated our successful crossing with Brooklyn Lager, and attempted share a plate of nachos, one of ...
... for the night we couldn't miss out on the chance for a night out.. But none of our clothes were acceptable so it was time to hit the shops! New outfits at the ready we met up with Swaz and his friend, we went to a Scottish bar first ... The waitress's at the start had serious attitude problems but (I think) after a few drinks she loosened up and ended up asking us why we ...
... the Chelsea Market but the storm clouds were brewing and it had started to rain. I had left without enough clothing and no umbrella. Feeling a little bit off and with an ever increasing swollen left ankle headed home. I can't work out if it's jet lag or I'm just not well.... So thought I'd have a nap and try to recalibrate.... Once awake again, I headed out to the local restaurants, where Time Out mag had suggested three within walking distance that were ...
... to zoom forwards and backwards through our station, 72nd Street, twice before we caught a C line Uptown to our stop. You could say we had our money's worth of a journey, though we were weary of having to tote our bags up and down steps for the first time.
At last we arrived at our hotel, Comfort Inn W 71st Street. It looked ok at first sight, so close to Central Park and Strawberry Fields. We dropped off the bags (room not ready) and strolled through Central Park in very warm ...
... There is always something new to see or do. On Monday 18th August we went up to the park with Gemma and Rich to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the comedy hit Big by watching an open air screening of it. Such a classic! It was Thomas and mines 2nd open air cinema experience our first being Life of Pi back in the UK at Hampton Palace where we spent the entire film huddled together ...