Holiday Inn South Plainfield - Piscataway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to try and manage!! As we were strolling through looking for it we heard some music quite loud. Bec said "imagine if it was one direction or something" well bugger me it was!! I got all excited like I'm a bloody ten year old and start running towards the music, in amusement to the girls lol. The guys were playing on good morning America as part of their summer concert thing they have. We ended up being proper groupies and waiting for them ...
How can this happen to 2 well seasoned travellers????
Time was ticking. It was now 8:55am and we had to be there at 9:15am or they could give our seats away. The bus left at 9:30am.
Easy you think - jump in a taxi as there are hundreds of them.
Nope .. hundreds there may be but none of them would stop. Many were already booked and several empty ones just would not stop. Grrr! It took us around 15 minutes to get one and luckily he knew ...
We took the shuttle bus to Manhattan although it broke down on the way so we had to wait around for another one. When we got to NY we went to Times Square and bought some more things at the Disney store after having lunch at Olive Garden in Times ...
... did our own thing before meeting up and sharing what great stuff we had found. Afterwards we came back to the hotel and chilled out for a couple of hours before we started to get ready for Aaron's 30th birthday evening he had organised with everyone. He had organised it at a place called 48 lounge and we pretty much had the whole place to ourselves as ...
... local laws by 1935, so the owner left the upper floors closed off until the museum bought it in 1989....
Very, very interesting stories about the Moore's from 1863, the Gumpertz from 1880, and the Baldizzi's from 1922 to 1935.... Probably very typical of many immigrant tales and nice to see original building part restored.., 5 floors and 4 flats on each floor meant twenty families at any one time and records show over 8,000 people lived here over 65 years....