Hyatt Place Fair Lawn Paramus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Some days are tiring and stressful even on holidays. Around lunchtime today we made our way to the airport in Newark. Our flight was scheduled to leave at 6.30 pm so we intended to have some leisurely hours at the United lounge. The lounge was absolutely fuller than full all afternoon and we were very lucky to get seats. The food was minimal with only a few snacks. When we left around 5.30pm there was a long line of people waiting to get in to the Lounge. Our flight to London ...
We got the subway to go to the ferry to get to Liberty Island. We walked to the Statue of Liberty. We went all the way up to the crown. It was 338 steps to get to the top. It was a winding, little staircase which was only about 40 centimetres across. It was dark and my legs were like jelly. At the top, ...
After a great breakfast with Uncle Bob at the Sugar Bowl, we parked at the train station to take the train into New York City for the day! A cloudy, overcast day but lots to see and great people watching on the train. We arrived at Grand Central Station and I admit, I was a complete hick girl from Iowa! I was in awe of the size and beauty of the station! The beautiful walls and steps along with the ...
... watched people taking photos. Wow. What a view, what a moment. I just let the view and moment wash over me as the velvety blanket of dusk oozed over the skyline and the billion twinkling lights of the buildings below slowly took over in a starry canopy.
After the experience I wandered 6th avenue back to the hotel and we then ventured to 2nd avenue on 18th for dinner at the Lantern with Bob and Cathy. We enjoyed great ...
... and scanning the area, was… Martin Johnson. You come all the way to America and you bump into England’s World Cup-winning rugby captain. We declined to bother him, and he soon met up with his family and headed off, as did we. After a quick glimpse at the Chrysler Building (probably best viewed from more than 20 feet away) we headed west, and joined fifth avenue, heading to the Rockefeller Building, and the famous Christmas Tree. Also in this area was St Patrick’s ...