Super 8 Mahwah
Travel Blogs from Mahwah
... the four of us drove into New York City. We have visited here several times and it's always like the first time. The WOW factor is amazing. We left Mahwah early so we could get in live for discount theatre tickets, and we were there by 9AM. The box office opens at 10, so we people watched for an hour. We were able to get tickets to see a matinee performance of "Once".
After buying our tickets, we hopped ...
... nation’s top 10 urban parks by the Urban Land Institute.
... the oil to "crisp-ify" the skin.
For dinner, we met up with Lauren and Michael who we met on the cruise. They are sweet couple and we enjoyed their company a lot. We ate dinner at an Italian restaurant in East Village. Gnocoo, on the corner of Avenue B and East 10th Street. Our waitress was Italian and it was really difficult to understand her English but she gave the place a very authentic feel. After dinner we stayed in the East Village to grab ...
... 30 miles of Interstate, I got off "the hard road" and took 30 miles of beautiful, scenic, winding, switchback, two lane highway you have ever seen. The largest town along the way was Woodstock, which looked like an "artsy" place with lots of small shops. I finally got to Plymouth, and saw a sign for the "Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site." Then, underneath, the words, "Closed for the Season." Say what? What season? Seems they don't ...
... leave. I passed the security without too many questions. The flight
was comfortable, I watched some movies, and played some games. 8 hours later I
found myself in Newark, New Jersey. Where my real adventure begin. I wonder if
the staff at border security get trained to look intimidating and angry, they
really are. Once a coworker shows up, you’ll discover they can surprise you
because they can smile indeed. ...