Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... outside 2 restaurants that have been fighting for eternity over who has the best philly cheese steak sandwich, so some of us went to one while the rest went to the other. I got the pizza steak which is basically thinly cut steak, wiz cheese and tomato purée type sauce on top all inside a soft bun and it was delicious. We then sat in a park so that people who didn't buy one could eat lunch and we also sang Lexx happy birthday as he is 30 tomorrow. I have also found a new love ...
... of candy crush out of my head...apparently the guy next to me doesn't know how to mute the sound on his phone! Ugh Wow...the luck is already flowing! The flight attendant let me take the window exit row (Lots of leg room)...and there is no one in the center seat and...no one behind me so I can recline as far back as I want to!!!! Woohoo! I'm living large! :-) Next ...
... into my mind. Steel beams from where the impact took place in the side of each building, the fire truck that was smashed when the North tower collapsed, part of the antenna from the top of the tower, stairs that hundreds ran down to safety before the tower collapsed, a support beam full of tributes to dead loved ones, personal items recovered in the rubble, it was moving to be able to visit this place. Right before you leave ...
... we went to the Yankees game (we were a bit lucky to have made it - after travelling half an hour on a subway going in the wrong direction before realising our mistake - almost spent the afternoon at Coney Island instead!) Michael and I had a bet before the game about how many innings it would take me to get bored and start looking in the crowd for people in red hats - but we were both surprised at my attention span on this occasion (the man in the seat in front of ...
... to our first destination Finger lakes. After a four hour drive we pulled into a service station for some lunch the view was amazing, such a lovely way to start our trek and a chance to bond. 230 miles later we found ourselves at the Americana vineyards in Taughannock for some wine tasting (yum yum) 6 wines, 3 whites and 3 reds later we had accomplished our first mission as a group :) And it was on with setting up camp ...