Holiday Inn Somerset-Bridgewater
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... in Manchester ashamed of themselves. Chicken pulled pork, monterey jack and jalepenos, the accompanying fried pickles were a bit of a revelation too- both made by the special burger sauce though.
Our horrid hangover the day after St Patricks day also gave us the perfect excuse to go for our first IHOP. I would happily go through a hangover without the fun night before, if it meant a trip to IHOP. We restrained ourselves from the neverending pancakes and took on the ...
... Given the opportunity to critique (for the blog) in 20 words or less, all I got was 'awesome'. So we'll go with that! Day 3: We needed to get the laundry done (mundane but true), and then see the Chinese New Year Parade, the Empire State Building, a matinee performance of one of the Broadway shows and for Andrew? He desperately wanted to watch the Super Bowl at a bar and get the full New York experience. The Chinese New Year Parade was a fizog. Not a word of a lie. ...
... around fifth avenue, checking out some of the amazing Christmas windows, and then the New York public library- a beautiful building that also had a fun book exhibition on children's books- where we could wander around scenes of "good night moon" and "where the wild things are", while learning bits about some of our favourite stories growing up. After waiting in line for 1 hour, we got half price tickets for Matilda the ...
... Postcards memorial still visible, seagulls tailing the ferry looking as if they weren't moving their wings and the sun shimmering on the water. Have I made any of you who haven't visited New York want to come here? Finally, it was back to what is probably my favourite 'sitting' spot - the promenade behind the Winter Garden pavilion, to just sit and look at the view. And I must announce that no attention-seeking fire boat came along this time!!! Tomorrow morning ...
... himself through doors like Houdini. While Charlie had a snooze on my bed, I watched the fire coverage on TV plus checked on the Internet. Between the fires and the temperatures, you Hawkesbury people are really copping it. At 7pm Charlie decided to vacate my room, so I put a jacket on and walked to the High Line and walked its length, which took about half an hour or so each way, strolling and enjoying the view of New York at night. But once I got back to the hotel, ...
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