Meadowlands River Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... 8211; is the hub of the Broadway Theater District one of the world's busiest pedestrian intersections. Times Square is one of the world's most visited tourist attractions, hosting over 39 million visitors annually. Approximately 330,000 people pass through Times Square daily, many of whom are either tourists or people working in the area. There is a building in Time Square is empty, it could be an office building with tenants ...
... I will call it 'Melted Dreams'. It's a metaphor about how teachers feel when summer draws to a close. One rather interesting thing I learned was about the modern day signage in the NYC subway stations. An Italian graphic designer was commissioned to streamline the confusing subway system. He created the simple white on black words and the different colored circles with letters for the different routes. That's modern art I can get behind. ...
... selling hot dogs, pretzels, nuts, and the like could be seen on just about every street corner. There were also people dressed up as cartoon characters (Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Hello Kitty, Buzz Lightyear, Elmo, Mario, Spiderman, the Statue of Liberty, etc) trying to make a buck by letting you take photos with them.
We were loving every moment of it, and so excited for the holiday that lay ahead of ...
... You could see for miles, so much to take in, from almost 400 metres up in the air. That evening we got dressed up and had booked dinner at 'A Voce' on Columbus Circle following a recommendation from the bell boy at the hotel. We had an amazing meal, the food was really delicious, and the wine was also very nice although the 70-odd page wine list made choosing a little tricky!! Our waiter was very memorable, couldn't pour wine to save his life, but he was an actor (of ...