Holiday Inn Somerset-Bridgewater
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Oh dear, it was a bad transportation day in NYC. My original plan fo do the highline was squashed as it was impossible to get across town (as opposed to up and down town) due to roadworks and the veterans day parade.
I started late as I had some work to do (plus my obligatory not get out of bed till around 10am!!)
Being a completely flexible traveller armed with lonely planet New York guide I decided instead to ...
... The next day was a Sunday so we stayed at home to spend some time with Rob's family. We went to see Matthew's football game in New Rochelle. Angus was one of the coaches and they won 2-1 so they were happy. We then took their dog Tily out for a walk in the Rye area. We walked past some really big expensive houses and walked to the Shenorock beach club where they are members. We also went down to the beach where we could see the big amusement ...
... People standing around watching and chilling. One of the guys approach the fence and tell us he's having some fun, nor a serious game at all. Greenwich is the only place I. NYC that is not built in blocks, it is very much like London. Tree lined streets with a mix of old and new buildings. It's quieter than the 'City', you would never guess you were only a couple of blocks from the hustle and bustle. Sitting in a little hideaway/ quaint coffee ...
Spent the morning at Central Park,if you didn't go there at least once a week you would go mad in this city.Great place to get away from it all:-) Then onto the Brooklyn Bridge for a walk about in the afternoon. Now we start on our tour across the country,first stop Washington DC. ...
Today was pretty uneventful for the most. Last week I saw an advertisement for a Bastille Day Street Fair in Manhattan and decided to go check it out today. It was so crowded you could barely walk or see anything! This was the most crowded street fair I've ever been to. I entered the crowd and pushed and shoved as much as I could to get a glimpse of the food people were selling. It was mainly booths selling pastry, pastry, and more pastry, crepes, macarons, and quite a ...