Ramada East Orange
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Sunday was a lovely crisp if windy day with a top of 7 degrees. Its New York Marathon day today I was heading across the river to Brooklyn where they hold their weekly flea market. Well that's what I thought I was doing and headed off route in head, found my subway, sorted my weekly pass and onto the train I hopped.
When I got out of the station in Brooklyn there was a sea of people as I had stumbled upon the New York Marathon. This was no ...
... it doesn't feel busy nor is it noisy. We keep following the crowd and then we come face to face with the man himself sitting on his throne. The memorial is huge beyond words. There is a wedding taking place on the steps in front of Lincoln, we stand to hear the couple take their vows and the place erupts junto applause. What a place to get married in, in my head the thought of the saying 'only in America' comes to mind. My feet are well sore by now and all I can think of is ...
... One thing it did make very clear to us was - don't stand too near the edge of the sidewalk, and really keep eyes in all directions.
Anyhow, we finally got to the hotel, checked in and then headed out to check out where we were. When you are only a few blocks away from Times Square, then there really isn't anywhere else to go first up. We headed up 42 street and descended upon Times Square ...
... so I could just admire the beauty. I roamed the museum for a good 4 hours and I could have easily spent a couple hours longer.
At 2:30pm I finally arrived at the next museum, ‘The Museum of Modern Art’. I was looking forward to this moment all day. Yet again just like the other museum, the building was massive, a good 6 stories high and just filled with art and other artists admiring the ...
No breakfast today... for obvious reasons. Famous Fat Dave ( www.famousfatdave.com ) picked us up at NYU at 11am sharp. He rounded the corner in a minivan with a big smile, waving out the window. We loaded in with 3 others from Australia and Dave passed out packets of an appetizer of pepper sausage from a local deli. Dave is a happy, talkative, normal Jewish guy. He's got a masters in history and is a great tour guide... Giving you the local history as well as the ...