Ramada East Hanover Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... sale from Guess. We visited Saks and of course Sephora (visit 4).
In Missouri over the weekend a young boy, black, was shot by the police. He had a fake gun. We stayed in on Monday night, protests were expected, and yes, the news the following day showed vision of protests in Times Square and protests along the Brooklyn bridge.
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... with filling the shape, you will need to make use of credit or debit card which is charged a non-refundable fee of A Dollar. The $ 1 non-refundable fee will be used for verification and protects you fraud. The U.S Postal Service will cross-look into the facts about your debit or credit card like the address with whatever you filled around the form to make sure that it is you changing address this is the place where they prevent ...
Honesty up front, New York for me didn't really live up to the hype. Breaking up our stay into two chunks probably made the experience last a little longer (11 nights straight would have been too much). We spent the last few days squeezing the last few drops of New York by attending a Broadway show, revisiting Central Park with the aid of burgers (which were delicious), visiting the Rock, Macy's department store, the ritz ...
... Wall St is not the mecca of activity that the name implies from what Hollywood has taught us. In reality, its quite a short street. There are lots of bustle around and the New York Stock Exchange looms over the street but that’s about it. We take photos of the street sign and the Stock Exchange and head over to the Brooklyn bridge.
The walk across Brooklyn Bridge is really nice. Except for the million and one tourists that are on the bridge with you. There are also ...
... people! When we eventually hit the elevator (aka lift) we went straight to the 102nd floor and were amazed at the view. You could see the whole of NYC and everything looked tiny!! We got lots of pictures and dad did is proposal picture (again). Then began the trip of doom... Over an hour walk to Bloomingdales. Or what I thought was Bloomingdales. Turns out we, or ...