La Quinta Inn West Long Branch
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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After leaving NY we caught the bus to Newark, New Jersey just a twenty minute ride into the next state to pick up our hire car. After an hour of trying to get a rental agreement with the correct amount on it from a very helpful lady with an actual moustache, styled and everything, we had our wheels!! Our very massive pimped out wheels. The …
... were doing it with respect for their iconic home, themselves and all the others others around them. The NYPD were out in their thousands, and despite being incredibly armed up, they were only needed to take photos or feature in them for the people passing by. So, a New Year was welcomed in with typical Big Apple style, and Bon and I were just fortunate enough "to be a part of it - New York, New York". It was indeed "the city that never sleeps" and we were just so glad to be ...
... is generally not so good on that front but I do have a fully charged iPad with Marvel Agents of Shield and Yes Minister episodes ready to watch. And the Hobbit to read. Lovely stuff.
And I think Jasper was trying to get into my luggage. I think he wanted to come back with me. But I told him that he would miss New York. And he would miss Robin. So he decided to stay.
Anyway, until I get to the other end / get delayed / any other eventuality that results in a ...
... at Union Square for the first time you can buy your ticket from a vending machine down towards the Subway on the corner of 14th and Union Square East. And if you are going to be here longer than 3-4 days buy a 7 day unlimited ride ticket for $30. Each trip on the Subway is $2.50. So you only need to average 3-4 trips per day to get your money's worth. You can also catch the train to/from JFK. I caught a cab ...
... of protesters. We can't believe that of all the places we have agreed to meet her, we picked this spot and there are literally thousands of people blocking the street! We later learn there were 315,000 protesters here! They are marching for climate change. I text Jen to tell her to stay off the street if she can. We eventually locate a triumphant Jen who has masterfully battled her way through the throng to get into the park! It's funny how with old friends, doesn't ...