Holiday Inn South Plainfield - Piscataway
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... the train station, being fed by the Salvation Army, with our new Yankee friend for company. We spent the sleepless night together, exchanging stories and life experiences, forming a friendship that fate had decreed was meant to be. At dawn, we were loaded into a freight train and together we slowly made our way along the tracks to Amsterdam, where we continued on to her hotel to sleep. This was the beginning of a friendship that was to continue over the next few ...
... in the hotel lounge watching the first half of the Miami vs Cleveland game (first since LeBron James left Miami) until time to head off to Christmas dinner. Dinner at Ammos, a Greek seafood restaurant near grand Central station, which was great. Home by 9:30 and straight to bed for the early morning wake up and flight to Montreal in the ...
... escape from the subway, but you couldn't tell from the outside, see if you can pick it from the photos.
Mardi discovered another Sephora, seventh visit I think, but I've lost count. I took some photos while she browsed.
We then made our way to the ramp to the Brooklyn bridge. An amazing walk up to the bridge, elevated above lanes and lanes of traffic in both directions. The bridge is a work of art as well as an ...
We started today by wandering to grand central station - a destination in itself! Soooo pretty! we jumped on a train and headed to the upper east side and museum mile. Now THIS was the New York I was imagining! Super clean, wide sidewalks and just beautiful buildings. With Central Park as the backdrop of course. If only everywhere in NYC had as much money as the upper east side! Spent a good few hours wandering the streets, past ...
... Police motorbikes followed by the cars. They were travelling at speed and it took may have taken up to 10 seconds for them all to go through. There were if course no other vehicles on that section of road so it didn't matter that the vehicles were travelling the wrong way along it. The Police at the scene were excellent as always in the dealings with the public. We chatted a lot with one in particular, Marie Hale. She's a detective who was in uniform just for this purpose ...