Ramada Inn and Conference Center - East Hanover
Travel Blogs from East Hanover
Departure day is tomorrow!!! Putting in my last shift of work today. Still have to pack and get things together.
Kind of sad that I've been working on this trip for years now and I forgotten to take care of many small details. Oh well!!!!!
Biggest fear right now is negotiating through all the headaches of getting through Newark airport...long flight to ...
... like I was in the firing line; and there as a lot of high energy acrobatics and dancing, I couldn't help but slightly fear one of them sliding off the stage and landing on me. The show was pretty amazing. It was a really young, exuberant cast. For most of them it was their professional Broadway debut which some people would see as a disadvantage, but I thought they had so much energy...still...after performing 8 times a week for over a year! And the audience was ...
Today we arose early again to make use of our two day bus tour tickets. This time we took a bus back down on Lower East Side to pick up where we left off yesterday and finish the lower East Side tour. The tour guide was hilarious, kept talking of his personal life, how he hates American Women etc and had a really dark sense of humour. Took us up 5th Avenue and Park Avenue, Saks on 5th Avenue and more of the ridiculously high Buildings that hem in ...
Our last full day in Noo Yoik, sadly. Totally different weather today, cold, grey and damp so we decided to make it a museum day and headed Downtown. On the way we stopped at 23rd St to look at the iconic Flat Iron building. Erected in 1902, at 22 storeys high it was the city's first steel-frame skyscraper. Sandwiched on a triangular plot between 5th Ave and Broadway the pointy end of the building is only 6 ft wide and it is so slim and elegant it ...
... for your kitten's development. Universal feline meals from grocery stores are better, however Stellarhart suggests high quality foods from specialized animal establishments. Also, felines do not such as the odor of plastic and metal containers, so utilize just glass drinking bowls.
Dry vs damp foods
Dry foods are generally a lot better for your Ragdoll, except in the breastfeeding and initial stage. They work ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center