Candlewood Suites Parsippany - Morris Plains
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... tenement. I went on the one called Hard Times that toured the second floor and focused on the stories of two families. There was no photography allowed in this museum, so you will have to take my word on how interesting it was. Our tour guide explained the living conditions of the tenement when it first opened for residence in 1865. There was no electricity or plumbing. The hallways were often dark and there were only four toilets outside in the backyard, ...
... that's no fun, but we can handle 22 minutes of traffic, right? Oh New York City, how I love you, and how I hate you. An hour and a half later we finally arrived at our destination: a charming restaurant in the West Village, with convenient semi-outdoor seating so Lola could be tied up to the railing and enjoy some water and barking at the passing dogs while we enjoyed our meal. I had the most delicious gnocchi I've ever had, Lewis had a delightful skirt steak. The ...
... heaps of cool things at the store and heaps of lollies. Across the road on 5th Avenue was Tiffany & Co. We looked around four of the five levels. I had some $$$ to spend but didn't find anything I really loved. Then we headed to the Rockerfeller Center and visited the Lego store there. There were so many people in the store. They had large cups you can fill with all different kinds of Lego and pay by the weight. So many ...
(Since Charles and I share this blog, we'll identify ourselves with each post. This is Heather writing...)
When we took our first year off to travel, we faced a lot of questions from friends and family. We answered them as best we could, and hope that our experiences also spoke for themselves/put to rest any lingering concerns and questions.
Now we're doing it again and the questions are back. Granted, we've met ...
Everyone wants to know how we pack for traveling in southeast Asia for 6 months. Luckily, many people before us have done this, and we have relied on their trials and errors to manage our own packing. Will we have gotten it perfect? No. But at least we'll know to not bring jeans, that shorts aren't all that common especially for women, and the sunscreen is relatively expensive in Asia.
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