DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tinton Falls - Eatontown
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... It was only a ten minute walk to Canal Street. Chinatown is crowded and dirty. But you have to go. There are old asian ladies every three feet asking you if you want to follow them for knockoff designer handbags. Most of what you will find there is cheap jewelry, cheap handbags, cheap watches, cheap (fake) perfume, cheap scarves, and cheap NYC souvenirs. Since we already know that I have a problem with jewelry, I had to restrain myself. I did find ...
... very different situation and I thought I would try to get connected with her. After a call to Winston to get her contact info, I managed to get a hold of Philomena (Phil) and ask her if I could drop by for a night. She consented and I headed to Hoboken, New Jersey for the night. She was very accommodating (and very stubborn about it too) as she gave me her bed to sleep in since she didn't think I would ...
... Lee Ielpi and Jennifer Adams-Webb are brilliant people, and that's an understatement. They've dedicated their lives to promoting education, and the remembrance of what happened on September 11th. We had a very intriguing discussion about radical Islam, and what needs to be done to prevent the inevitable attacks against Americans in the future. It's startling. Their stories- i'll remember them forever. ...
... of downtown New York. Extraordinarily Grand. The majority of New Yorkers could not afford to live in this part of town! Next bus was a tour through harlem and The Bronx starting at the Riverside Church on upper west side. interesting history lessons from this tour guide. The Bronx and Harlem now slowly being gentrified by buyers who cannot afford Manhattan. Streets dotted by typical brownstone apartment blocks and government project ...
... which included two eggs, two sausage, two bacon and of course a stack pancakes.
And then there was the street food. We failed to photograph any of our hotdogs but ate enough to confirm that chilli dogs and matt likes just plain but he's coming round to mustard.
The Halal Guys cart is a bit of a phenomenon in New York, usually flanked by queues about a block long, we were thrilled on St Patricks day to find them relativley quiet having moved from their ...
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