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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... Dad and he gave me a handful. We then looked at the Yankees Clubhouse store, I wasn't successful in finding a hat to fit so I settled with a personalised key ring instead. We then caught a cab, thanks to my amazing hailing skills and went to Hooters for lunch in midtown New York. People definitely don't go to this place for the food. We had a server called Jackie F. I was a little disappointed as she wasn't as buck some as I had hoped for Wills sake haha, but ...
... www.nytix.com/Links/Broadway/lot teryschedule.html and it lists all the shows for the week and the times the lotteries are on. The time on the schedule is the lottery draw. You need to be there at that time for the draw but you must have also put your name down on a ticket up to 30mins before that time. I missed out on The Book of Mormon again so just went around the corner and put my name down for Kinky Boots. This morning I headed ...
... the Strawberry Fields section. We have a leisurely morning and make our way up to Central Park with a view to walking across from the East side to meet up with Jen on the western side. It is a humid morning, probably the hottest day we have had in New York and it is kind of hazy due to some overnight rain. When we get to the Eastern side of the park we walk down to the pond where kids are using the remote-controlled boats. It's nice to see kids out in the fresh air ...
... that helps develop young adults like theater. What it does for their self confidence, communication skills, leaderships and problem solving is un parallel. This is why I do what I do. They have a passion for their craft and yet, they are still in a position to learn and absorb everything you throw at them. As soon as that element is gone it is time to hang it up. As much as they learn from me, they also learn from each other and ...
... see how they all evolved over the last century. Each car was also lined with period advertisements in the same way that the cars are today. You could see old subway maps from mid-century along with a display of the different tokens used before the advent of the MetroCard. Screaming children aside, I really liked this museum. I got a little magnet of Brooklyn subway stops and a MetroCard holder. After the museum I sat ...