Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that the people I sat next to on the first flight are sitting across from me this flight, in the same row too.
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... that had a jazz band playing in front of a water fountain. The ferry to Statan Island is free and takes you right past the statue of liberty. It was much smaller than I imaged and crowded with people. A little underwhelming actually. Back to the mainland, we walked to the 9/11 memorial. Where the twin towers once stood they've built a beautiful and very moving memorial. Two 30ft waterfalls that are never ending and surrounded by the names of those who were lost. We ...
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All of the cemeteries I called said they were not there. One of the cemeteries only had a voice recording on their phone, so I ended up sending them a letter with a self-addressed stamped envelope. Right about the time that the first trip to Trenton turned up empty, I received a response back from the First Presbyterian Church and Cemetery with a copy of an old funeral list. My great grandfather was ...