Red Roof PLUS+ Secaucus/Meadowlands
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We have arrived at the Sofitel after a pretty smooth disembarkation. Bit of a wait for clearance .. About 20minutes and straight off , luggage ready and straight to the cab et voila ... Sofitel. Lovely sparkly sunshine day at Newport. Blue skies and beautiful coastal walk and mansion visiting. Took the public bus for $6 which meant no waiting ...
... 2001, which led to the collapse of the twin towers of the World Trade Center, St. Paul's Chapel served as a place of rest and refuge for recovery workers at the WTC site. For eight months, hundreds of volunteers worked 12-hour shifts around the clock, serving meals, making beds, counseling and praying with fire fighters, construction workers, police and others. Massage therapists, chiropractors, podiatrists and musicians also tended ...
... of bits in a 70% off summer sale - what a find! From Abercrombie, I took the subway to the Lincoln centre, where I exchanged my New York pass for a backstage ticket at 4pm. I went to lulu lemon and the Juilliard school store then Starbucks for a quick drink before joining the tour. It was 1 hour 15 minutes of backstage information on everything about the Lincoln centre.. The largest performing arts centre in the world. I got the chance to go inside 2 of the ...
We had a lie in on Saturday... body clocks finding equilibrium.. got up at 06:00 unlike the recent 05:00hrs
Plan for the day was to do some NY icon photography..
'She' must have had a good nights sleep, I am allowed a bagel for breakfast... YAY!!!
After I have worshiped at the table of bagel we headed off in search of the empire state building.
We walk in a grid pattern in search of the elusive ...
... there and it's just a block then, you'll see the buses already'.
A block? Really? I wonder. Considering the fact I am now at 27th and the station is at 11th, I don't think this is 'a block'. ...neither does my foot think so! Three kilometers are definitely not a walk just around the corner, with or without a damaged foot.
When I finally reach, I want to treat myself to a view over the nearby Hudson river one last time since I still have ...