Teaneck Marriott at Glenpointe
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
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... I got back to the hotel by body had decided it didn't like whatever it was and decided to have an allergic reaction! Thankfully I go the hives route rather than the swelling of the throat but it's itchy! And embarrassing - I mainly get hives on my face (big red blotches) and did I mention itchy? So it was an antihistamine and bed with a wet cloth to end my day. I think I'll avoid the hot dogs after that - but I need to try the pizza... Distance walked: 18 ...
So today Donna flew out of NYC to LA to get her connection home to Brisbane. We've had such a good time and it's sad to see it over, bit feel really lucky to have had the opportunity. We got up and Donna packed up most of her stuff. We then caught the subway from Columbus Circle up to 103rd St so that we could walk the top end of Central Park. It was a beautiful morning and the park looked great. Different feel up this end, more woodsy, but still great. We wandered ...
... final view over New York. We need to come back in winter to this apartment as it has a 2-way wood fire which would be amazing to sit around and look over a snow covered New York.
And mother's day roses from Stephen to travel with!
Hello readers, Tomorrow is my first whole day in NYC, but I discovered the beauty of Teaneck today. It is a typical American town. It is exactly like the movies. Little stores, a lot of diners/coffeeshops and a small university. It is a bit of a walk from my place, but it is worth the walk. They have a nameless park with children learning how to ...
... because our plane was delayed an hour- whew! We packed our bags, and then left them at the apartment while we went to check out the Graffiti Wall in Harlem. We stopped back by the apartment, grabbed our bags and hit the subway to head to the Brooklyn Bridge. It was rainy again, and foggy, so the pictures of that day are few and not the best quality. It was a great short little walk across the bridge though. Bring a lock to put ...