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
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- Microwave in room
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... full on but we're really glad we went there and learned a lot more about the events and how everything was handled in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks. We were pretty zonked after a big day of walking so returned to the apartment for a decent siesta. Then we ventured out later in the night to try some burgers we'd read about (reportedly the best in the U.S., although we think the Gordon Ramsey ones we had in Vegas were ...
... spectacular. After that we headed back to the hostel. Up early this morning, still not got body clock quite right. As a group we headed into Manhattan, we then walked across the Brooklyn bridge- not something I'd done before, the views were lovely, and because it was early Sunday morning it wasn't too busy. We then walked to ground zero, the memorial is now open. It is very impressive and well done. Around the edge of the fountain is the names of all the people ...
... was a boy you were allowed to climb up to her crown and when his dad was a boy you could climb right up in to her torch!
passing through the square we encountered the charging bull art work.
... for that morning's dress rehearsal of Verdi's Requiem, being performed by the NY Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir. We breakfasted at a restaurant opposite, and while the coffee and food were excellent, the quantities were absurdly gigantic. We are finding this more often than previously in NY. Every breakfast item comes with half a dinner plate piled up with 'home fries', cubes of fried potato, sweet potato and fried onion, as well as toast, butter, jam, syrup... That's ...
... leads up to the reservoir. The fountain and all the glorious colours of the trees with the buildings peaking through.
Having got my good dose of nature I headed back into the fray of concrete jungle visiting Bloomingdales (too expensive) and recently introduce to Bondi Junction - Williams & Sonoma and Pottery Barn - both homewears stores kitted up for Christmas and lots of fun.
As I am not starting very early at all at the ...