Hotel Indigo Basking Ridge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Back in New York, one of the busiest cities in the world! Checked out of my hotel this morning and jumped on the train from right outside my door. I managed to find the tour company really easily today (thank God!) and they speak English (thank Jesus!). So with my bag checked in, it meant I had from 11:30am until 7pm to kill time. Took a walk …
... to be 24 and have the freedom to travel to England with my love and best friend. I recognize that this is a blessing and one that I never overlooked nor will. But, these 4 months also comes with the sacrifice of giving up some of the main reasons why I loved 2014 so much. In the words of my manager, "Such is life." So to twenty fourteen, I say thank you for the wonderful year...to twenty fifteen, well, see you in England. With Love, ...
To the restaurant which I everyday see on Yelp, while deciding for lunch but always the one below in the list took precedence. This one on the 51st street had a small entrance but a large space inside. Had variety of options for both veggies and the 2 non-veggies in our group. Has a large Apple salad - was filled with green apple with some additional toppings of my ...
... Got into Philly Monday night and took it easy, got some Japanese udon in Chinatown with Ash and his roomie and then hung out with them at home. Tuesday we grabbed breakfast at one of my old favorite holes in the wall, Jeans Cafe, before seeing independence hall, the old Capitol building, the liberty bell, reading terminal market, did a little thrift/discount clothes shopping and then ended up at ...
... we both grabbed a banana and croissant from the boat, so by lunch, we were starving! Today, the treat was Ellen's Stardust Diner (recommendation from Eileen and Lindsey). It is diner near Times Square where the waiting staff are Broadway hopefuls. As well as serving, they take turns to sing as they walk around the diner and strand on the seats. It was a little creepy at first when they came close and serenaded while staring deeply into our eyes. The food ...