Holiday Inn Saddle Brook
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... its one of the most expensive cities in the world but I’ll figure it out” or “Dad, I want to get scuba certified, I know I’m only in 8th grade and we live in the freezing cold pacific northwest, but I think there’s some cool things to see under there.” He is always supportive, he always has important questions and he always says “Go For It!” Aren’t I lucky?! Once Mom and Dad were on board, I knew I could really ...
With so much planned but plenty of time to do it in we plan to take our time with NYC, starting in downtown and working our way up! Therefore it's the Statue of Liberty first, boat trips to her are very expensive so we hopped on the free Staten Island ferry which took us straight past her... Getting perfect pictures from outside (it was freezing) and some cool ones of the city as we went away. We then re-boarded at the other end to make the same ...
... and our NY Pass entitled us to a free coffee and bagel at the Museum of NY City. We took on both options on the second day to fuel ourselves for a long walk through the whole of Central Park - this took longer than anticipated and lasted a few hours working our way through the maze. On the bucket list for me was to get a photo outside the building they use in Friends - it's a tricky one to get to by subway and I am still puzzled as to why that building in particular was ...
... ground. After the guided bike ride Ang and Jolanta took they went and found strawberry fields. We sat there for around 45 minutes listening to a homeless man playing his guitar and singing Beatles songs despite the signs around s uggesting it to be a quiet reflective area. As expected several people moved through the area stopping to take pictures of the mosaic Imagine memorial. Typically Ang and Jolanta joined in the singing and had a reflective time and found it to ...
... of everything, including a section at the back of the store with almost every hot food imaginable. People load up plates with food of their choice and pay for it with their groceries, then take it upstairs to eat it. Although, by the time they get through the check-out queues it must be cold. They also don't have the pay system on trolleys, so they still have grocery attendants who collect them all. I like the idea of lots of smaller competitors in the market place, keeps everyone ...