Extended Stay America - Meadowlands - East Rutherford
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... Italy and Chinatown. It was amazing how different it was walking round one corner in little Italy and turning and finding yourself in China! Some of the food on the side of the street was bizarre to look at, including a bucket of live frogs! We then had a look at the courthouses and made our way towards the 911 memorial area. Seeing the freedom tower in person is really quite a sight, and the sense of what had happened in the area in 2001 was ...
... continuing the ice cream hunt. We eventually track down the elusive ice cream shop and get our ice cream (after standing in line). It is nice, but I don't think I would bother to queue up for it again- basically a soft-serve cone that is choc-dipped. The only difference is this one also has some salted caramel thrown in- it's called a "Salty Pimp". After all that excitement we are done-in and head back to the apartment to do some planning for our last destination- ...
I walked up to 14th St to grab the E train back to my hotel.
Sunday, I left early again to make a repeat performance at Norma’s. This time I tried something different: the Chocolate Decadence French Toast. This is 3 pieces of chocolate cake cooked in a French Toast batter and layered with marinated strawberries, garnished with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. I loved this as much as the waffle; maybe next time I’ll branch out and try something ...
... tour discussion Bob suggested we ride along the water Front (Greenways) to view the sites before riding up into the park we rode along the Hudson River and passing Trump Towers Apartment Blocks. Had quite a few breaks to catch our breath and get some water. We stopped to overlook Jackie Onassis Reservoir then view the Obelisk before stopping at Belvedere Castle in Central Park (this is near where quite a few concerts ...
As we had had an early night (7:30pm) we were up and awake by 6am. So off for breakfast (or as I mistakenly put on Facebook "off for an early breast" - which caused much amusement and comment from friends). We were out of the hotel and at Greystone station by 8am. Unfortunately the section of road that I had found on Google Maps for parking on, was being re-surfaced so we couldn't park the car. We then drove down to the next station along ...