Staybridge Suites Eatontown
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 ...
... city has to offer, and there is clearly no time in which to write about it ... hence my early rise this morning. Today there is a chance of snow - according to Bonnie's App, a 70% chance - and for people from Australia this is a most exciting prospect coming from the country of beaches and almost endless sunshine. Native New Yorkers look at us as if we are are crazy when we speak of wanting snow ... one assured us that it was beautiful for only two minutes and then ...
... Series rings to a wall of baseballs signed by almost every Yankees player ever, World Series Championship Trophies it was epic. I was in my element. We then headed up to check out the suites and the press boxes. Will and I got to sit right up the top of the press boxes and look out over the field while most of the others sat below. Richie could see it all over my face how excited I was, I was snapping photos everywhere. From there we headed down onto the field. ...
... with her friend on the upper East side - (where the bus goes) was telling me that she owns her apartment (two bedroom/two bathroom + maids quarters) but still pays $3k a month in services, for the doorman, the lift driver, the full time handyman etc etc. Boy it is an expensive city to live in! What is gorgeous though is the art deco architecture. Completely to die for. So much to take in!.
I started off my walk in Central Park at the reservoir ...
... at Columbus University and walked through the grounds to the Harlem side. Walked and walked until we hit the northern end of Central Park then walked through the park almost to Strawberry Fields. Decided to catch the train to Grand Central to try and book tickets to Boston for tomorrow. Times Square was closest so came out there and walked the rest of the way. Enquired about ...