Ramada Limited South Plainfield/Piscataway
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Our goal is to fly with carry on only luggage.
I've obsessed over this for months and here we are.
On the down side, Calvin's cold that won't end, has now been transferred to me. Feel free to let me know any magical decongestion remedies for 24 hours of ...
... Made it back to our hotel at about 2:30pm and we were so cold. New York City is bloody freezing. So we came up to our room and had a nice hot shower to warm up. Well we did it again. Fell asleep at about 4:00pm and woke up at about 6:30pm. Went for a walk up to midtown to a place called restaurant road. It's about two blocks of just restaurants. We ate at a place call bourbon street bar and grill. We shared ...
A cold day today in a York - minus 1. Still no rain but we saw 30 seconds of flurry. We got real excited that it was going to snow but NO. Anyway early start today, we climbed the Statue of Liberty. This was pretty cool. In total 377 stairs to the statute of liberty's crown. We listened to an audio information about the statute, took photos and I bought some souvenirs. Next we went to Wall Street, ...
... we went for a subway ride to 50th street to check out the lights on the Rockefeller Centre Christmas tree. We were shocked, the lights were off. Now it was 1.30 or thereabouts in the morning, icy cold and there were few people out. But the lights were off. Off. In the city that never sleeps we had finally found a sleepy moment. Not to be deterred we walked across the road to Saks and checked out the Christmas windows there. They were all on. ...
... feet and has a turnover of $1 billion annually).
Onto the underground again and up to Central Park where we managed to walk into the middle this time. (Next time we'll start at the other end!) The park is an amazing asset to this city, is well used and loved.
Later in the day we caught a bus to Newark and stayed in accommodation close to the airport ready for our flight to Seattle. We were told to purchase bus tickets for "seniors" which amused us greatly. ...