Holiday Inn South Plainfield - Piscataway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the board of trustees. On 6 December 1941 he was about to embark on a major rebuilding exercise, but the events of 7 December stopped him. Sadly no major building or restoration work has occurred since then exactly 73 years later. We enjoyed a vertical tour, which took us up above the floor and up close with the architectural secrets of the building. Including the winding staircase if 175 steps, the inner roof area and the roof. We ...
... Central Park to do the southern end where all the sculptures and sights are to see. We walked some more windy paths and took many photos of scenes from movies and all the beautiful sculptures. My favourites were Balto and Alice in Wonderland. It was a beautiful day in a beautiful setting. I have so many wonderful memories and I am so grateful that I get to share them with Will. Until ...
... 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 ...
... that added up to no more than 20 Euros) and we went to the waiting room. When they called the flight, I got in the Priority Line as usual. The piano player said we couldn't do that because we were in Economy. I laughed and he followed me and of course we boarded early. He just kept shaking his head and didn't seem to realize that Road Manager of the Year, 1976, still has chops for travel.
Ten hours on a plane is a long trip but luckily I ...
... to transfer to the Bronx Loop via Harlem. We got off at Yankee Stadium. Bought Yankees cap for Pete and a souvenir baseball (Yankees Captain No 2 retiring this year) for Zac.
We decided to catch the subway back instead of the Hop On Hop Off bus to 76th street from the Bronx. We then realised we needed to be at 89th St for the Guggenheim Art Museum to look fora ring for Marion (from QF) at the markets in front. So we then caught the Met bus ...