Holiday Inn South Plainfield - Piscataway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... focus for this building is that it will house 25% of families straight off the public shelter list. The other 100 apartments will be a blend of supportive housing and low income housing, aimed particularly at immigrants and families who are subletting from families who are subletting and so on. The applications for Sugar Hill are mind boggling. In the U.S they use a lottery system. There have been 48,000 lottery applications for 98 ...
Woke up around 7am, and saw Warren had been up and opened all the doors and the retic was still on. John got up, and then Warren appeared, and made coffee and eggs and toast for breakfast. We sat after breakfast, talking for a long time and looking at the photos he'd taken during our Trafalgar trip - they were really good. He also showed us more photos of Jennifer and an album she'd made with all photos from when she was a small ...
... took us around the entire Manhattan Island. We started on the Hudson River around Mid-Manhattan where there are lots of skyscrapers. Further south the height of the buildings reduces until you get to Lower Manhattan where again there are skyscrapers everywhere. On our right going south was New Jersey. The cruise took us out past the Statue Of Liberty and Ellis Island which we had seen yesterday then headed up the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn. North of Manhattan is ...
... the dinosaurs we entered the planetarium. Tom was very excited about this bit, I was nervous about how Adalia would cope in a darkened room with planets soaring around. It was pretty impressive, and she coped ok. Whenever she was worried she would bury her head in my chest. Samuel was somewhat terrified. And to be honest it was pretty scary. The chairs would shake whenever a meteor came near you, and the narrator had a big booming voice. Not ...
We learned that the statue was actually constructed by the French as a symbol of liberty from the oppressive rule of Napoleon III, and was donated to the United States, where Americans had built the pedestal for it. It was donated to celebrate the American Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. I also didn’t know that the reason it is green is because it is made from copper, and apparently copper goes green when it is oxidised! ...