Red Roof Inn Tinton Falls-Jersey Shore
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... wander through SoHo... Finishing with a visit to our favourite Chinese restaurant in China town... This morning a quick Yum Cha breakfast.... And off to the airport... A little bit of drama on the way back to the hotel, with a fire in the next street, so of course we have to report the news to our Aussie friends, and take photos... Next update - Las Vegas.... ...
... nights! The 16 piece band did not disappoint. The skill level of the instrumentalists was outstanding, as was the ensemble playing. Lots of great Thad Jones charts and fabulous soloing had us enthralled. Band members ranged from old hands, including a sax player who could easily have been John Lee's younger brother, a few much younger, and a variety in the middle. The Bari sax player (who was incredibly good) looked like an accountant, and was the only one wearing a tie. After ...
... time here! On New Year's Eve we moved out of Susan's apartment and across the corridor to Mal and Hilary's. Sean kindly moved to the smallest bedroom for his last night in NY, leaving his comfortable room to George and me. We left our suitcases at 5A and then made our way downtown to the 9/11 Memorial site. The new Trade Centre tower rises high, but where the two towers were destroyed in 2001 (the second tower disintegrating while I was on the phone from Australia ...
... a flash it was time to head over for the Ice Hockey match at Madison Square Gardens with the New York rangers and the Edmonston Oilers. Well this was a totally different experience from the boring basketball. A much more meatier crowd who were vocal and came together in great unison when the Rangers scored their one goal.
I was fortunate enough to sit next to a nice man who had taken his kids to the game and helped me with rules. Unfortunately ...
... so basic, but I can't help but feel nostalgic for the same scenario in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. This area seems to be an exact copy of the pond in Paris, but over there the kids use batons to push the boats out into the pond, then run around the outside until they can push their boat again as it drifts towards the edge. I liked it much better, especially because here there is a cranky man who must be in charge of the boats who spends his time telling everyone ...