Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... some routes and go with the flow as I make my way down the continent. I have a certain amount of money set aside and only a job search waiting for me back in the old USA, so I'm hoping to extend this trip as long as I can. Maybe 2 months, maybe 4...stay tuned. The major milestones I have on my radar are Quito, Huaraz, Lima, Cusco, Lake Titicaca (lol), La Paz, Uyuni, Buenos Aires and Montevideo. I'd like to make it to Chile, Patagonia (Bariloche and El Calafate), Iguazu, and ...
... It was a beautiful sight. The last time we were in NYC, there was just a big dark hole where 1 WTC is now.
Update: We left our boat at 4:30pm (Houston time) Thursday and arrived home about 10:15pm on Friday. That's darn close to 30 hours of travel time. We couldn't even talk coherently. Our bed felt so good after a nice, hot shower! ...
... 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 ...
... was set up for charity reasons, there was a video playing in there telling stories of 9/11 victims and we could not stay watching it for too long, quite upsetting.
As it was getting late and quite busy we headed to grab a coffee to wait for the rush to die down, in Dunkin Donuts we decided to head up to the Ghostbusters HQ as it wasn't too far away at all really. Amazing! I have now completed the set of riding in the Ghostbusters ...
... we went on a guided day tour, with the real New York tours. Our guide was a great guy called Aaron who had a lot of energy and enthusiasm for New York. Considering he gives tours like ours six days a week and has done for over a year, you would never know We started off in Times Square which was amazing; The large bright screens and the buzz of activity everywhere you looked was exciting. As a group we then rode the subway and headed to Central Park, ...