DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tinton Falls - Eatontown
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Another leisurely start to the day, but today we decided to join some of the local community inhabitants by having breakfast in a local bakery/cafe. It was a very cold windy start but nice to sit and eat with the locals. Then it was back to check out of the Salvos Centre although we left our bags there while we did some more exploring of the Big Apple. The NY subway ...
... of us wanted to throw each of us out the window at some point. In the end, let's give the last word to Teddy Roosevelt, who erected an arch that said - as Livvy proudly discovered - that Yellowstone was set aside for "the benefit and enjoyment of the people". Sometimes benefit and enjoyment don't exist at the same time, but you need them both, and this trip joined them in spades for a truly grand expedition. ...
... stuff out there for sale. Knick knacks, advertising stuff, clocks. It was all intriguing, but oh, what to do with it if I bought it. There was a great stall selling vintage stuff and the owner took a liking to Jon and spent 15 minutes telling stories of his customers, his buyers who in sell and the community. He had a great range of shoes that came from one lady, a hundred or so pairs of Vera Wang, Manolo Blahnik, Jimmy Choo, along with many of her dresses she no longer ...
... heaven people flock there to eat lobster, fresh produce, meat, cheeses, desserts, meat pies (Max's favourite) and some seriously good shopping (Janes favourite)! One night we ventured downtown for a roof top movie in an old school - a bunch of short films but the location was amazing. The food here has been more than impressive - they have everything! The best meal we had we treated ourselves to a Michelin star gastro pub - The Spotted ...
Today involved a quick trip round the Hell's Kitchen flea market and then on to the International Centre for Photography, which depending on which of us you talk to was either "really good, very interesting" or "weird and I really didn't get it"! In a day where we walked over 6 miles we continued our trip up Manhatten through Central Park to see the Guggenheim Art Museum (although didn't venture ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility