Residence Inn Newark Elizabeth/Liberty International Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the tip). After dropping our bags in our room we were off. Walked up to Broadway and just kept walking - the weather is a lot warmer too which seemed to bring everyone out of the woodwork - was it ever busy! Had delicious pizza for dinner then decided to head off in the opposite where we found the garment district and what seemed to be China Town. Had a great day. I love New ...
... it well and he just took it all in. As we'd walked so far already we didn't want to head back to the hotel for a change and even though I offered to buy Vaughan a new top instead he asked if we could just get some wet wipes to clean himself down. We did this and continued on our trek towards downtown.
By this time it was getting quite late into the afternoon and by the time we reached the memorial our feet were absolutely killing us. At the memorial ...
... do that everyday just to get to work. I think i would rather sit in traffic in Dyce. By this time we are pretty hungry and it just so happens there is a Hooters down the road, me and matty have never been to one so thought we would give it a try haha. Not realising the time was only 10:30am and they werent even open we decided to wait till they did at 11am, just because the food is good though obviously. Walking around New York felt pretty strange, it ...
BUT first......Shopping, shopping, shopping......such a big city, far too much walking for the small amount of fashion stores for 16 year old girls. We went to the 'garment' district. Macey's Department store was having a 'One day only sale'. Too many people, especially at the fitting rooms. Girls tried on a few dresses for their school formal, but nothing suited, very ...
... up at the sky at airplanes passing by. “Why do they fly so low?” she asked. “It still startles me every day.” I asked Maxine after the tour if she is afraid of flying. “Three or four years after the attacks, you couldn’t get me on a plane unless I was drunk or drugged,” she said. Spent the rest of the evening walking around and here I am now in the study lounge with my feet ...