Crowne Plaza Hotel Fairfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go to in New Jersey to watch the sun go down over Manhattan. Best bus routes to see the most of Manhattan, the current off the radar theatre shows to see and where to but the tickets and some local sites
She asked my what I was doing downtown - ie being her in the Lower East Side. She seemed surprised that I was staying in this part of town. Now that I think of it I haven't seen many tourists if any at all. Certainly international people ...
... for and soooo fresh. Looks like Americans are changing their eating habits because the place was packed. Walked back to the hotel - much to Andy's backs disgust, his body was certainly telling him enough! After a couple of hours on Skype we headed out for dinner at about 8:30pm. We found a little bar called P450 which was pretty noisy but they made good mojitos and great ...
... activity perfect for a school group.
I walked to a nearby cafe called Starbucks that was recommended to me by some people on the High Line tour, the food was amazing, I had a Caesar salad which was lovely, and it was on fullton street right near central park.
I decided to use the subways to get to my second activity I did that day was to visit the Metropolitan Museum of ...
... thing then there's a few hundred here - you shouldn't have to put up with any wait time (but would you really want to follow a creature who could poop at any moment?) Whatnots are bigger than they appear on the Internet and it's going to be 'fun' lugging them around as carry on. Lastly, you can't take five steps through Times Square without being mobbed by hawkers - curse my Star Wars T-shirts that seem to be the only excuse needed to start selling me ...
... even did a couple of covers of Ray LaMontagne) but then it was followed up by 2 quite disappointing bands - 1 was weird, non-melodic, screechy digital stuff which was too experimental for us and at the 2nd stage there was a young indie band with a singer whose voice just didn't have the range they were aiming for and the lyrics were teenage angst 101. So we called it a night after that.