Hyatt Place Fair Lawn Paramus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the organ each time something happens. Just as I was starting to understand the rules, we left to avoid the rush on the subway home. It was the 9th innings and it was 3-3, and if it stayed at that then they continued until someone one. Turned out that the Yankees lost in the 11th innings. So, next stop is Philadelphia (briefly) with maybe enough time to nip in to the city and run up the steps from the film Rocky. Then on to ...
Today was mostly a relaxing day worshiping with the brethren in Fair Lawn, NJ, and planning what we wanted to do in New York City. We learned a couple of interesting things today. Did you know that at least one county in New Jersey closes many of its stores on Sundays? The kids had a ...
... there somewhere! Update: What a whirlwind tour! Thanks to an early start and pre-purchased tickets, we popped right up to the 86th floor observatory in ESB. Anne's brother-in-law even took a couple of the kids to the very top: 102nd floor! We were done by 9:30, leaving plenty of time to get to Battery Park for a roach-coach lunch. Security to board the Liberty Island ferry was hectic but not terrible. By 1pm, we found ourselves ...
... has never been snowed upon. Having secured our subway 7 day pass our next stop is The World Trade Centre Memorial. Very tastefully done but I think the line is blurred between a memorial and a tourist attraction. The snowflakes are getting a bit larger and Sioux is getting excited wanting yet another photo of her standing in the snow. After lunch the snow is really starting to get heavy so I suggest Central Park is the place to be. The ...
... the best of America in the Fall. We subwayed to 42nd Street and then walked down to 83rd Pier and queued up for our boat tickets. Now this was another amazing experience. We chose to sit outside, which meant we had to deal with a biting wind and the loss of sensation in our fingers and toes. But it was worth it. The sun was setting behind the clouds, and the Statue of Liberty. We then experienced the New York skyline as the sun set, and as the night lights lit up the city. It ...