Residence Inn East Rutherford Meadowlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Heated pool
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We headed to south manhattan today, all on foot. After a lengthy walk to get a table at Clinton St Baking Company, thinking we'd be fine as it's a Monday, we got there at 11am and the line was around the corner. Ridiculous, New York. So we ducked across the road and had toasted sandwiches and an awesome mango and banana shake instead. That lengthy walk for nothing meant we were way away from where we needed to be, so we legged it back ...
... from cake box. We wanted to mooch around downtown Nyc to see the places we missed yesterday. We all separated when we had to change at 34 st for our different trains, we headed off to 8th st - 'Greenwich village'
After our initial disorientation and walking around the same block in circles, we got our bearings and headed to our first recommendation by Mark B. It was more of an old style residential area with no skyscrapers, only the more ornate and original ...
... much farther than it looked on the map. But we made it, and looked around some. I sat down while the kids looked around. It sure felt good after all that walking.....
After Times Square, we walked back to the bus terminal and rode the bus back to New Jersey. Once we got to the hotel, everyone more or less collapsed for a while. Tomorrow we pull up stakes and head for Plymouth, Massachusetts.
We started off early this morning at 8.30. Another day on the hop on hop off bus first stop was Greenwich. A lovely spot with beautiful brownstones and tree lined streets, need to have a couple of dollars to live in this area. It also has unusual shops and lots of little eating places tucked away out of sight. Next stop Highline which is an old railway line that runs ...
... was lots of work from Calder, particularly a cute display from a mechanical circus thing he did. The other floors had a mix of works curated by three different people (one on each floor). It didn't take too long to do the Whitney so we headed across the road to Central Park again. This time to the pond where people sail model boats. We stopped for a bite (I had the yummiest Knish). We sat on a ...