Residence Inn Tinton Falls
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En route to Brooklyn we stopped by Wall Street to see the Stock Exchange building, then we made our way to the Williamsburg 'Smorgasburg' in Brooklyn - an outdoor food market along the waterfront. There were so many stalls selling delicious foods, it was hard to choose! But in the end we both couldn't look past the burritos. We chowed them down and then walked down to the ...
... their lives. We then split up in groups to do different things. I went for a walk up the high line- an old railway line that has be converted into a walk way, but is raised above the city floor. It was a lovely walk with plants planted along it making it shaded. Once we finished that we headed back to the hostel, where we are waiting for the bus to head to our first stay, we are driving just north of New York to camp for a night and then heading to finger lakes ...
The outing finished with giant pretzels with mustard....very New York.
Stephen and I then went on to visit the Museum of the Indian American, which was housed in the most beautiful building, an amazing gallery space.
... you order an omelette or eggs benedict. Seating was not reserved for the Verdi, so we were lucky to be early enough to nab seats about a third of the way up the stalls, in the centre. Everything in front of that was 'closed'. It was a wonderful performance, George and I agreeing it was the best we've ever heard live. The soloists were fabulous, the soprano particularly wonderful!! The mezzo was a well-built stocky Finnish woman, the others all American, and enormous. ...
... 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 ...