Dolce Basking Ridge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... you who don't know the details already... I am traveling to Morocco with a small group of other students from my University; there's 11 of us going plus two faculty members. I am so thrilled. We have become such a close group and I feel so happy to be going on this journey with this group of wonderful people. While we are there, we will be teaching English at an all boys school, while also working at an orphanage in Meknes. Afterwards, we will be spending ...
... they are everywhere and then hail a taxi who is in the middle of the road and go back to Time Square. We shop a bit then back to the room and then out at 6 pm to the Rockefeller centre which we get to in 5 minutes where they have an outdoor ice skating rink. Here they are having some mature age competition so we watch for a while. We look at the shops and these are right on 5th Avenue the fashion district but hang around the beautiful ...
... Plaza which is the last stop on our tour. At one point, I spotted a familiar umbrella only to find it wasn't my group. Oh well - I was at Rockefeller and it was photo op time with the angels and giant tree with not a soul on the watery rink.
The rain made of beautiful photos with reflections with the giant tree, then it was off to McD's for a late dinner to be eaten back at the hotel. An adventure filled day, and every wringing of the rain soaked clothes and backpack was worth it.
... us a restaurant recommendation. 11 hours of sleep later & we were up and out. We walked 15 blocks downtown to this fantastic Whole Foods to get breakfast, stopping on the way at a ridiculously cool Swedish coffee shop with little sheep on the walls (see insta photo). Cool coffee guy even made us flat whites. Whole Foods was absolutely sensational. Even found granola with hemp seed! People down this end of town are young, fit, dog owning, pram ...
... to hotel to get luggage. Nina reckoned it was easy walking distance to the station and a less busy route rather than going down past Times Square. So we all shot off just after 3pm and route marched it down to the station, it was at least a 20 minute march with many crossings and poor Cez had her suitcase to navigate around everyone. I stuck with Lou who had trouble keeping up, while the girls marched on ahead. Andy kept an eye on us & checking where we were. Not an ideal ...