Americas Best Value Inn Whippany
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Travel Blogs from Whippany
... famous Kat’z deli. I wasn’t that impressed with the food, but might have to go back to try a sandwich which seems to be their biggest sellers. After that Matt and I went and saw “Blue Jasmin”. It’s a Woody Allen movie with Kate Blanchett. She was amazing but it’s not a very uplifting film!
On Saturday the 7th after kickboxing and gym we went to the Union Square market. I had spoken to an artist on the street a few days ...
... describe this. The opulence, the decor, the technology, the size - it's all just WOW. A must see for anyone visiting NYC. The tour took about 90 minutes and we went from the foyer to the stage, to backstage, upstairs to the old apartment, into the Ladies and the Gentlemens lounges and to the top section. At the end of the tour we met a current Rockette and had a photo with her. A very cool experience overall.
Next on the agenda was FAO ...
... luggage which takes more time that I don’t have. I’ve never had to do that on any of my previous 13 flights but whatever! I practically run to the immigration queue where I have to wait another 15 minutes before finally getting through. I have $5 left in purse so I stupidly decide to quickly grab a McDonalds with it before I board. Half way through my cheeseburger I realise this was a **** idea so take it with me as I dash to the gate! I’m ...
... conned but got ourselves a little man and his bike and had a wonderful hour being ridden around the park. Lots of movie scenes pointed out along with who owned which apartments in nearby buildings. All apartments with millions of dollar price tags because they have wonderful views of the park as opposed to everyone else who must have wonderful views of other buildings. Walked to Strawberry Fields which is managed by Yoko in memory of John and then also ...
... rushing to exit the subway. Wow ! New York City ! Hustle and bustle, horns honking, neon flashing, people yelling, yellow cabs and police everywhere.
Time Square was amazing. It is like a mini-Vegas with big corporate advertising sparkling from the surrounding buildings. There was like a grandstand where you could go up to take photos so I did. You could also position yourself at the top of the grandstand and see yourself projected on one of the big neon advertising ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed