Staybridge Suites Eatontown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of e-cigarettes and gyros.
We found Café Wha which claims to have hosted Bob Dylan's first ever NYC gig. Velvet Undergound also played here. Jimi Hendrix was discovered - once here and once in Nashville - depending on whom you believe. Lenny Bruce, Bruce Springsteen and Woody Guthrie all performed here.
We weaved in and out of shops until we reached Washington Square Park. We found a seat, people watched, caught some jazz and ...
... wander through SoHo... Finishing with a visit to our favourite Chinese restaurant in China town... This morning a quick Yum Cha breakfast.... And off to the airport... A little bit of drama on the way back to the hotel, with a fire in the next street, so of course we have to report the news to our Aussie friends, and take photos... Next update - Las Vegas.... ...
... 2,000 flights cancelled between Monday and Tuesday. As of now, over 8,000+ flights have been cancelled between JFK, Newark and Laguardia over the course of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. After breakfast, we came back upstairs and lounged around for a little while, keeping up on the weather channel and watching the storm take its course. From the window, we watched the whiteout slowly dwindle down. Sharon called, and we filled her in on all that ...
... of a piece of effective theatre, and someone even applauded at the end! Angels have been speaking to us. I may have mentioned last time that I'd stumbled upon the Twelfth Night Festival only by accidentally taking a particular exit from the Fulton Street Subway, leading me past the St Paul's Chapel. Sunday afternoon was the semi-staged performance of Handel's oratorio Saul, part of the Festival run by Trinity Wall Street. Saul took place in the Chapel, under the direction ...
... 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 ...