Homewood Suites Newark-Cranford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for dinner. Sioux is really over being snowed upon as it is approaching blizzard proportions. Snow is building up on the footpaths and men are spreading salt around using fertiliser spreaders. Back at our room our garden terrace is now covered in snow. To my surprise Sioux goes onto the terrace, lies flat on her back and does a snow angel. I was so proud. In a week Sioux has become "a fallen woman" and is no longer a snow Virgin. I thought ...
... families who lived there. Our tour took us to a German family in the 1880s, and an Italian family who lived there for 8 years until it was closed in 1935. Documents have helped to give the family real identities, and occupations, and the arrival of children, mysterious disappearance of the father, etc. An old woman who was a child in the Italian family called in while they were renovating, to find out what was going on. She was subsequently interviewed at length, and ...
... Strawberry Fields and saw the John Lennon memorial. There was a busker there playing Paul Mcartney songs :) On our walk back to the hotel, we saw Carnegie Hall. Back to our room and finished off the pizza from last night with some Budweiser's and fruit salad to top off a great day in New York. Temperature today was 58 degres which is about 14 Celsius and it basically drizzled all day. Stephen got cold but I was fine. It gets dark at ...
... Liberty while they raised funds to build the statue. And then...the first community Christmas tree in America was illuminated here. What a neat place. And Madison Square Park just so happens to have a Lego shop and the Museum of Mathematics on it's borders. And for those who were wondering...of course the Museum of Mathematics won...so many amazing things in there...totally sexy. And the door handles were Pi...so hot. And ...
... chicken and chips covered in cheese and bacon. Amazing! Why don't they do this at home?
The next day we were feeling refreshed and ready to hit the city again. So we got the train in from Rye to Grand Central. As Topshop was quite nearby we thought we'd go in and see what was on our gift cards and spend them. After all there was a guaranteed $20 on every card so free money! We had 2 each and one of Rob's had $100 on it! Apparently this ...