Extended Stay America - Meadowlands - East Rutherford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... famed for their Cuban Sandwiches and Corn covered in Parmesan cheese...sooo good! In the wet we ventured on through Little Italy, Soho really getting a feeling for our first full day together in Manhattan. We then walked up to the Flatiron Building, Empire State and finally Times Square...it is great to think that the business has brought us here! ...
... World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial. That was a very sobering experience. Having seen the North and South Pool on television, the scale was something I had not accounted for. It was dark by this point and so the pools were all lit up, and the autumnal trees all around the site were beautiful.
The new World Trade Center is a spectacular building. When we were standing across the street from it you couldn't see where the building finished. I have ...
... household. Tonks was pleased this meant she could come too. After a brief stop at a playground we went to the roller skating rink. It is an ice skating rink in the winter which would be awesome. Conrad, Cameron, Matty and Georgia had a go on some roller skates. Georgia only managed a few minutes before deciding it wasn't her thing. The boys carried on with Mitch and Livvy for a bit longer. Ashton had discovered the coolest puddle ever and pretty soon ...
... had & I never thought I would or could get that excited over eggs & maple syrup. But not together. Because that's just not British.
Luckily, we managed to fathom out the subway. Even more surprisingly, I coped better than my City boy husband it seemed. We shared a train with a group of excitable South American ladies & their dad; who asked US if they were on the right train(?!) Seriously. Was expecting them to ...
... facts as we walked up fifth avenue e.g window displays and no window displays, window displays changed fortnightly or monthly depending on store- cost of windows was millions. Window have a theme eg equestrian ( Lloyd and Taylor ) these windows prepared underground and raised to ground level when complete. We learnt that Chanel was an orphan and raised by 5 nuns. When given 47 elements for a perfume she pointed to No 5 her favourite number. ...