Sheraton Eatontown Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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8:45am: There hadn't been much accumulation of snow since yesterday. Yesterday, about six inches had fallen but since then, the wind had blown a lot of it around. We had received word that Otter Valley had cancelled school the night before, and it hadn't started snowing up there until 9:00am. Mom and I got ready this morning and went down to have breakfast in the hotel lobby. We watched the news and the flight cancellations. As of last night, there had ...
It's 6:30 am and I've only been asleep since midnight ... my body is tired but my mind refuses to rest ... this city has taken a hold of me and will not let go. Can a place be like a drug? Can it be that the more you have, the more you need? New York has cast a spell and the city invigorates ands places demands on me in equal parts. It is as though I can't get enough of the sights, sounds and experiences of this place. There is not enough time in each day to take in ...
One of the best burgers I have ever had. Tom and I jut decided to grab our lunch quite early and at a new place. Shake Shack came up the list and we headed to the outlet at the Grand Central station. It was a crowded place with people waking in walking out sitting on the table taking take aways every second. The crowd was as much as in Times Square. There was only one veg burger on the menu. Enjoyed the custom made special ...
I was concerned that when I got to Central Park there would be no leaves left, no sign of fall, just bare sticks - but not at all! Central Park was in its glorious Autumnal best and unfortunately I had left my phone at the apartment so have had to beg borrow and steal these images from the net
There's a fab bus that goes up and down the east side of Central Park where you get to have a squiz at how the other half live. A friend of mine who ...
Andrew was keen to see the Bronx and Harlem so we headed off to the station to catch the train. It seemed to take ages to get to the Bronx, probably because the train stopped at about 30 stops before we arrived. Arrived at the Bronx and walked around a big park and down a few streets. There were a few junk type shops and not much else so we decided to head off to the Bronx. Got out of ...