Ramada Wayne Fairfield Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Wayne
... Avenue and dining in a number of 'cool' taverns/restaurants on 9th Avenue in the Hells Kitchen area. New York was by no means unpleasant; most of what we saw was quite unique and amazing. I guess between those sights is a lot of dirt, trash piled high, shoddy roadwork and the occasional drug taking (not by us I can assure you). Probably not far different from any other major city but it just wasn't as noticeable ...
... 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 ...
... lemon creme. Its pretty good and we enjoy two each. We leave St Regis giggling (well I was laughing) cause we so didn't fit in there the way we were dressed.
We make a quick stop to Time Square to check out the prices for Avenue Q at the TKTs stand. You can only buy the tickets for shows on the night and can't pay for them in advance otherwise you pay full price. So we enjoy the lights for a while before jumping on the metro home.
Day 3: today we head to see Lady ...
... ride was definitely one of the highlights of the trip. The conditions were perfect and we were taken over the Statue of Liberty and then up the Hudson River where we saw all the key places such as the 9/11 memorial, freedom tower, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Rockafeller, Central Park and then up across the. Bronx to see Yankee stadium and the boroughs of Queens, Harlem and Brooklyn. Still buzzing from the ...
... to 5th Ave and 59th St. We walked past the Plaza Hotel then into Central Park. We walked past the Zoo, Summer Stage and the lake and up past the Metropolitan Museum. It was getting muggy by now so we caught a bus down 5th Ave to FAO Schwartz. Spencer was blown away by the best toy shop in the world! – Spencer wanted to get a Frisbee (no luck) but just walking around the shop was ...