Budget Inn Parsippany
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... lol. I'm very tired, however the views coming in to land on sunset and the Iconic City lights driving to Manhatten where Awesome. So I'm off to find some dinner, after a shower, and bed. ...
... good look around. Dad decided to go back to the room as he was feeling very unwell. We were gone until about 4pm (time just goes so quickly here!!!). We stayed home for a while, Julie met Stephen and Brian and went back to Lord & Taylor because she had to return something. I watched the Tony Awards red carpet on the tv. When Julie got back we went out to get some tea. We walked down to ...
... you hope on, so you always know where you are and more importantly, when your stop is coming up. After zip zagging our way through the streets of New York, passing through well know sights and areas such as the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Maddison Square Gardens, Union Square Park, NYU, Soho and Greenwich Village, we arrived at my stop, near Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall, where I made my way on foot to the World Trade Center and the 9/11 ...
... was a must do, Pictures below.
Dinner was at the world famous and much recommended Wolfgangs restaurant. The best crab cake ever. 100% crab meat - no filing. The Porterhouse 32 oz steak for 2 beat us. Amazing but too much. We had a doggy bag, how American.
The evening was a relaxing movie - Home Alone 2 (the New York one), I loved it, well the 20mins I say before falling asleep.
... Devine is Manhattans cathedral and whilst it is fully functional it remains to be completed, supposedly due to lack of funding and fire damage a few years ago. In my mind, St Johns is nowhere near as impressive as the near by inter-denominational church built by the Rockerfeller family next to Colombia University in Morningside Heights. It boasts a stunning bell tower and dominates the University campus buildings. Fees at Colombia are said to be $55,000 a year and it ...