Americas Best Value Inn Whippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... performers dressed up as all kinds of things (as you may have seen in a previous blog!) Spiderman, The Hulk, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, the list goes on. We did however stumble across the most disturbing one we have seen yet. It was a fully grown man dressed up with a crying baby's full head mask on and shaking a rattle. It was hilarious. Some things people will do for a few dollars. Oh and lastly, the pedometer reading for today came in at 10.4 ...
Uptown and Bronx loops today. Along Central Park west to see how the other half live! Then through Harlem and across the bridge to the Bronx and past Yankee stadium where we are going tomorrow for the baseball. Back to midtown via Central Park west, very late lunch then back to hotel shower change then off to the August Wilson Theatre 51st Street to watch Jersey Boys - one of the best musicals I've seen. After the show a late dinner at really funky diner across form ...
... built it for you. Went to Allcraft a tool store that I wanted to get a couple of hammers from. It was just as chaotic as I expected it to be. Headed back to the hotel in Uptown Manhattan via the subway and this time it was very difficult to work out where we needed to go. Sorted it out in the end - well after asking a very nice gentleman who confirmed we were in the right place. I am sure it is a great system but it is the most ...
... latter...as did a lot of people. So the line to exchange was quite long. Once at the head of the line Tom was informed that there were only two time slots available tomorrow - 8am or 6:55pm. We took the later slot as we have been going to bed late and waking up late to compensate. 8am would just not be feasible. From the Roc we remained underground the whole way home on the subway. So when we surfaced at our station at Greenpoint, we were a ...
... headed to the MoMA. It had about six floors and we found some cool artwork. One section had old school video games which mark loved. It included pacman, street fighter and an old Atari game. There was also another interesting 'adults only' section which seemed to more fit in Fyshwick, but because it was in a museum it was 'art'. We spent a few hours wandering around. In the late afternoon ...