Ramada Toms River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... kids went into New York while Helen and I did the rounds of East Rutherford. As you will see from the photos it is really a quiet locality. This am we were able to get a ride via the hotel shuttle to the other side of a major New Jersey highway after a lady on the hotel desk said there was no pedestrian access. Anyway we did find a way back and had a look around the local neighbourhood. The highlight was a large hardware store ...
... with friends/family) of $8 in the US (camping). Meals cost us an average of $28.75 per day (high day of $251.57 in South Korea and low day $6.25 in Laos). Activities (including admission fees, tours, treks, adventure activities) averaged $39.43 (high days ...
... was held in New Jersey which as a place is pretty grim. I imagine if you inserted New Jersey into a thesaurus it would appear alongside words such as dump, dire and Barnsley. The design set within the stadium included two huge cardboard cut-outs of the iconic buildings the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State, both of course located in New York which says a lot in itself. The view from my seat was far better than I had banked on, pretty central and only a few rows ...
... of discharge co-ordinators. They go through EVERY bed and give a reason for them taking up a double room (MRSA, C-Diff, Neutropenia (?they get the luxury of a side room?!!) etc). They are a community hosp and have approx 250beds....could you image going into that much detail for around 1700 of our beds?
Geeky stuff...but they don't screen routinely for MRSA (unless they're surg pts) as they don't treat with bactroban. This is to prevent the strain ...
... to the Loft for our last nights sleep in a comfy bed picking up some wine and chocolate as a small token of our thanks.
The next morning we set off on a tube ride and a bit of a walk to catch the bus to Boston.
Overall New York was an exciting place, lots to see and do, great weather and much cleaner and safer than I was expecting. However George and I didn't have the best of times we are starting to get a little frayed at the edges after spending ...