Holiday Inn Carteret - Rahway
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... the first time for a pat. Probably, not allowed, but we did it anyway.
The weather turned on us and it quickly got cold and overcast, so we decided to head home. I was planning a trip up the Rockefeller centre but we decided to head home.
We had a quick dinner at home and relaxed for an hour or so before walking up town a bit to see a play. Mardi secured discounted front row seats to "You Can't Take it With You". A play written in ...
... paninis with a small matzoh ball soup. So ridiculously good & a great time. We walked back to Central Park West & stayed on the street until 72nd so we could look at all the beautiful apartment buildings including The Dakota (which unfortunately being renovated so was all covered). Back into the park at Strawberry Fields - guy playing Imagine relentlessly which made me want to shoot him) heading for the Bethesda Fountain. The Bethesda Angel and Terrace are ...
... and western side, and part way back again because he'd missed Strawberry Fields. Central Park is purpose built including raised sides in places to reduce noise from surrounding areas. It's built on the natural Schist rock but the rest is probably artificial including the 7 water reservoirs (small lakes) and other features like stream and small waterfalls. It has wood lots, sealed paths and roads though traffic is severely restricted, open grass space for laying around, ...
... the food and restaurants. When he takes larger groups, he uses a minivan rather than his signature taxicab. Al Roker, Anthony Bordain! And many other famous folks have taken the tour. But Dave is such a likeable guy you feel like he's a friend of the family. Here are the stops we made on our big eating tour of the outer boroughs. 1. DELFONTE'S in Redhook Brooklyn. ( www.delfontesofbrooklyn.com ) It's in a scaryish area near the cargo docks. They make a sandwich with an ...
... he has a whole sock puppet soap opera on the internet. I haven't looked it up yet. After I had seen about all I could take I decided it was time to head back. I was almost to the subway when I ran into another jewelry display. I spotted a necklace with a tiny robot. I just had to have it in honor of Dean's smash hit Robot Mode. It looked just like the robot on the front of the score! Ok seriously - time to go. I waited 22 minutes for the G train on the way ...