HYATT house White Plains
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... any food for lunch and the bus was non-stop to New York but luckily we had a large Pringles chips and a couple of bananas at least in Daisy's bag. It was a long bus trip but wasn't too bad and it took about 60 minutes from the time we hit the outskirts of New York because it was peak-hour.
Because the Air BnB host was expecting us at 4 pm, I was desperatley trying the bus wi-fi but at 4:30 pm I noticed a guy sitting opposite me using a laptop with ...
... Island. The purpose of this was to see the Statue of Liberty fairly close up. Lauren took lots and lots of photos and then we promptly got straight back on another ferry and headed back to Manhattan to continue our busy day.
Following a brief lunch stop we walked up to and over the Brooklyn Bridge. It was quite a long hot walk but the views were great. Not knowing where to go in Brooklyn we ...
... CKGS at the end of May 2014, many passports and visa applications were lost in the process. This created a backlog of applications, which results in thousands of people missing their flights. I heard horror stories of CKGS bringing Xerox boxes of passports out to the crowds and telling people to, “Dig through if they felt like it.” This information came from people who had spent days and even weeks at the office trying to straighten things out, and were still there. ...
... was off to explore. It was amazing, just like to see on all of the movies, but the streets were dirty and really crowded.
We wandered around for a little while and then found a traditional New York Irish Pub for dinner.
Once dinner was finished, and the rain squall had passed, the sun had set, and it was off to undertake some more exploration around Time Square. The sun had set, and ...
There were three very sad kiwis this morning. We got up early and went down and had breakfast with George (fruit salad, followed by bagels). We crammed the last of our things into our bags. Lisa called from the hospital, Chloe was starting to improve. And inevitably the time came and we had to head to the bus station. George took us, and for the last time we enjoyed the wonderful commentary of the areas we were going through. We went past Fenway Park, and the three of ...