Extended Stay America - Meadowlands - East Rutherford
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... This featured in the film " Big".We went out for dinner to a really nice all you can eat buffet at the Shenorock beach club, this is a private club.
The next day was our last in New York but our flight wasn't until the evening so we had time to explore the city some more. We got the train in and dropped our bag's off at a luggage storage place. Then we headed to Central Park to have a walk around. Rob bought a hotdog and I got a ...
... the wrong way. Oops. We head over one street and make it to Central Park without injury. It is much easier to navigate in Central Park and we head off to explore. There are people everywhere in the park, riding bicycles, jogging, playing sports, taking horse and carriage rides and even a few people painting, and squirrels, lots of squirrels. We find the ice skating rink, and decide we will come back tomorrow ...
... this one, she was mean. When I asked her for a little less pressure she just smiled - no English apparently! Suffered for the next hour only to be told at the end by the receptionist that a hard massage is much better for you - my body didn't agree with that at all!! Freshen up at the hotel then - being our last night, went for a walk to the Rockefeller Centre and saw the ice skating ...
... apparently. We walked about Wall Street and the FinDin (financial district....they call it this) for some time and I got to see the Trump Building, Berkshire Bank, Chase head office, Bloomberg and the like. Ilze's mate, Sarah stays on Wall Street in a high rise fancy building. So we got to hang out there for a bit and see the view from the top...360 degree view of Manhattan...helipads and golf strips every which way. Sarah climbed on board our mission ...
... and fortuitously we picked the best restaurant in the area for lunch. All the while on these buses the traffic is horrendous, so we often had to wait a bit longer for our bus. Got sore bums from sitting so long and tired aching legs from walking so far. For those who know NY, one afternoon we walked from Battery to the 9/11 memorial and on to our hotel via the High Line, ie a 3.30pm departure, stopped for drinks and snack at happy hour, ...