Hyatt Place Fair Lawn Paramus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one over there - that will be me :-)
As the Brooklyn flea market was on the other side of the Marathon route (the only way across was to run with the tide of the runners - the pack was quite thick at this stage so after my fill of cheering (quite a lot of Aussies doing this too!) I hopped back on the subway and into Manhattan.
This time I thought I'd try a bus. Its pretty simple here, buses either go up and down town. Or across town. ...
Today we decided to revisit ground zero - as the last time we were in New York it was just a massive construction zone. It was raining most of the morning but we still managed to get in some photos of the memorials. Unbelievable to see the number of people that needlessly lost their lives. To get out of the rain, we dropped in to Century 21 for a bit of shopping but I never ...
... was a New York Mafia tour, I have always been interested in this topic and to get the experience of this from a professional was fantastic, we hopped on a bus and visited some of the big Mafia bosses houses, and taken to some spots around New York that had lots of involvement with the Mafia. it provided a fun learning experience so it would be perfect for teenagers.
... Aussie tourists to make the pilgrimage as a family from Brisbane started theirs just after us. The final products can be viewed in the photos and you can see just how happy my wife looks with her creation. The rest of the toy store was fun and well worth the visit. Lots of Lego, stuffed animals and practically a whole floor dedicated to super sized lollies (gum balls bigger than my fist!) We passed on taking a turn on the huge floor piano thing but ...
... about all this and the many challenges ahead makes me want to go all the more. It will be worth it to see the Ganges River and the many temples in Varanasi. In Delhi I will be able to travel to Agra to see the Taj Mahal and visit art museums and the Lotus Temple and other wonders I don't know about yet. Oh, and I think I want to ride an elephant. If I have the opportunity I will make sure to upload the picture.