Marriott Saddle Brook
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Today I had a lazy morning and then headed out for some brunch around noon. Brunch is a huge thing here. Almost every restaurant around has brunch on the weekends. I decided to try a place near by called Alice's Arbor. This place was amazing. I had the best french toast of my life, organic bacon, and a glass of fresh orange juice that tasted like sweet nectar from heaven. I don't know what they did to make that french toast so delicious, but I will probably live the rest of my ...
... a living witness to the history of the building. She donated several family artifacts to be placed in her old apartment and helped them restore it to how it looked when she lived there. We got to listen to a recording of her talking about her memories of the tenement. Her family was one of the last to live there because they were evicted in 1935 when the landlord refused to comply with the new codes. This was a fascinating experience and I look forward to going ...
... vs Belgium. Beer and soccer?!! What? Amazing. Was a great game. The atmosphere was amazing.
All 3 goals in extra time but only 1 go the US. They have the best rev you up song. I videoed it. Should totally steal it!
Headed to a Mexican restaurant for dinner, then past a cupcake store for velvet cake for Mim, then home for a much needed shower!! It was an amazing, relaxed and great ...
... bands not available in Australia, so a huge chunk of her spending money went on Rainbow Loom stuff, but she was so happy with her purchase. We went to relax in the hotel for a bit after that, and when we came back out, the sun had disappeared and the rain had started! There were a few opportunists trying to sell umbrellas to those that were getting soaked. $5 for a chance to stay dry, yes please. We went to the Disney store, which went over ...
Since my second day had been rather dull and gray, I am determined to make the most out of my next morning which would be the last hours in the Big Apple... Obviously I have to get a view over the city, you can't leave NY without having seen the Central Park and Freedom Tower from above.
And yes of course, the weather would be just perfect for that, I just knew it. It would be sunny.
When I wake up at 6am and look out on the street, ...
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