Ramada Wayne Fairfield Area
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for our 5th anniversary! Walkes back through Times Square which was cool to see at night, all the bill boards and bright lights - very cool.
Day 2: Started the day at what became our local and daily breakfast fix at Lenox Coffee (60 West 129th St) with a coffee and garlic & herb cream cheese bagel - delsih! Then sights for the day; walked across Brooklyn Bridge - awesome views, got the East River ferry up to Williamsburg and went to the Smorgasburg Markets on the ...
... Queensland style homes. It was quiet compared to the city I was just in and it felt peaceful. I enjoyed chatting to Oscar and learning about the area and his background. We went to the comic book shop and I was very star struck. The shop is also a reality T.V. show called ‘Comic book Men’ and behind the desk was Mike Zapcic, one of the actors. I was so excited and I had no idea what type of freak Oscar thought I was. Eventually I bought some things and when ...
... but Hinesh is worried that his hair will get messed up so he waits until we get there. The atmosphere is great and there is a buzz of excitement. We try and save some money and get a bite to eat outside of the stadium and end up eating ****** pizza slices. I had a cheese and mushroom and Hinesh has a cheese one… but its done the Hinesh way – he piles on the garlic powder, chilli flakes and parmesan J As we enter the stadium it is pretty full and we find our nose bleed ...
... was very painless. I can't imagine how awful the journey would have been if I was in London. We were packed into the train like sardines, but we didn't have to queue for more than five minutes, and the journey only took ten minutes longer than it had during the day.
After an exhausting day, we arrived home around midnight. Despite the noise from the Grand Central Parkway outside, I was asleep almost before I head hit the pillow.
Michael wanted to visit the 9-11 memorial so we headed downtown on the subway. Today the train headed to Brooklyn after Canal Street so we decided to walk to the memorial after having breakfast in one of the villages. Stopped at a diner in TriBeCa (triangle below canal) for breakfast and then walked down to a very crowded memorial, although nowhere near the queues lining up for the museum. Decided on the way back to walk to SoHo and City Hall before catching the subway but ended up ...