La Quinta Inn & Suites Secaucus Meadowlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The rest of the park was pretty, including the friends fountain, strawberry fields memorial type area outside john lennon's apartment, and Belvedere castle. After the park we legged it to the TKTS stand in Times Square to get some tickets for the night. We got there just after 2 and the line was snaked allllll the way back around the booth. Moved fairly quickly though, we waited maybe 50 minutes and got 50% off tickets ...
... Memorial Museum is just a few feet away, so I got into the general admission line. It took all of about 10 minutes to purchase my senior ticket and entry into the museum. I was impressed from the first moment I ...
... our way around the people sitting on the red steps to get to the top to take our pic. We are finally ready to head home but not before we see a naked granny with a guitar… she was wearing a g-string too big for her so her wrinkly tush was on display as well as her saggy and wrinkly boobs. We shake our heads and walk on.
The walk home was loooong. The walk home was 6km, so since we walked up we clocked another 6km but we walked all the way around midtown too so it was a ...
... the hotel, park our car in the parking lot here, and take a bus into New York City. We will see the Empire State Building and anything else we can by about 2:30 in the afternoon, when we will take the bus back here and start our drive to Plymouth. Google Maps also thinks this trip will take 4 hours. I imagine we will have to stop a bit short of Plymouth and finish getting there on Tuesday. Time will tell.
Another long day today. With our first early start of this part of our trip. Well I say early. It was 8am haha! First up Statue of Liberty. We took a cab down to Battery Park which was about $25 and headed to pick our tickets up. I had reserved special ones where we get express access and get to climb inside the crown and look out from there. The security was tight and we had to lock our bags away in a locker and be scanned and ...