Meadowlands River Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and we'll be in the background! We walked from the village to Brooklyn bridge, over it and into Manhattan near the massive City Hall building. Caught the subway from there to Grand Central Terminal. Saw signs directing to platform 117, not sure exactly how many there are (our central station has 26 platforms). We then walked to the Empire State Building. After various queues, $32 each and about an hour, we expressed up to 80th floor for the museum and audio tour. Listen ...
... we separated. Ben & I walked to find a basketball trading card shop & then hopped on the subway & headed off to Madison Square Garden – home of the New York Knicks. Sonia & the Edwards went out for dinner & to Broadway to see Mama Mia.
The basketball was another fabulous experience. The New York Knicks know how to entertain people at Madison Square Garden. We arrived at 5:30pm as I had arranged for Ben & I to watch the teams warm up. We were escorted ...
... in New York! As it was Christmas Eve we wanted to get in the festive spirit, particularly as NYC was not as Christmassy as I expected and would day London was more magical on that scale, Tabitha found a carol service in Washington square, only a short subway from where we were. At 5pm we reached Washington square for an outdoor carol service, everybody had hymn books and were joining in, there was a big tree lite up and everyone stood under the monument ...
... in such a historic place. When we were done at the library we had our heavy lap tops with us so we took a quick walk around Bryant Park, which has the skating rink already set up along with a few little kiosks. I saw the most amazing Penguin toque and thought of my sister. I resisted the temptation to buy it though so you are either going to be happy or sad about that Sarah!. We were both hungry so Chris got a street lamb Gyro and I got ...
... there seemed to be some kind of illegal skateboardathon going on, and hundreds of them whizzed past us (nearly knocking us over). Next up, the Staten Island Ferry - this is a great option to see Lady Liberty for free (saving $30 which you would pay to do the Circleline Tour). It gets reasonably close, and is a 25 minute journey each way. A quick look through China Town - this is meant to be a good one, but from what could see Melbourne does it a lot better. ...