Ramada East Orange
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... she was very keen....invested in three very nice silver pieces , one for each of my girls...everyone very happy. Wandering through this area we stumbled across a store called GEOX which had a 50% sale and had some very nice, very warm and waterproof jackets...had to have one, very smart and now I won't need to buy a big useless over coat if I ever go to Germany! Couldn't carry it, just had to wear it...so warm all I ...
Our first Christmas Day away from home! We originally had 2 reservations, but on advice from locals we cancelled both and went to a lovely Italian restaurant in the North End. Cantina Italiana was lovely- lovely service and food. Prawns and meatballs for entree, seafood pasta and chicken / broccoli pasta for mains, beautiful fresh bread .... very nice :-) It was lovely walking through Boston to get to lunch.... lots of Christmas trees, including the one on ...
... they decided to base the pub in this one! Pretty cool! This morning we went to the ed Sullivan theatre where they film the letterman show. We got there bright and early to line up for standby by tickets. You basically get put in a draw to win tickets to his daily filmings. They interview you to make sure you are a fan of the show and then they call you later in the day. Well I can tell you now, we got tickets for the filing tomorrow which we ...
... saw places like where Ernest Hemingway lived in New York, and where John Wilkes Booth visited New York before heading to DC to shoot President Lincoln! After that we headed up towards Bleeker Street, and had a great lunch. We both had toasted cheese sandwiches from Murray's cheese, where there was a bit of a wait but it was totally worth it. I also took Davina into a nice bakery and bought her a birthday cookie (Oreo and marshmallow). Our next stops ...
... a section where you can sit and relax and it has perspex overlooking the Manhattan roadway. Not sure why really, but a lot of people are having fun with it and we take some happy-snaps too. After we leave the High-line, we walk through Chelsea then get the subway back to East Village to complete our epic ice-cream hunt. I neglected to mention yesterday that our guide on the Greenwich Village tour recommended the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop for unique ice creams ...