Courtyard Hanover Whippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... happens very soon after we arrive back in Melbourne. I'm going to spend a couple of hours getting some photos to go with this blog episode, and we are listening to the wind whistling outside as the sun begins to set. Mal and Hilary are back to Callicoon tomorrow for the weekend. Mal will be heading for a very busy stretch at NYU's Sydney Campus and Hilary will be back at work at Barnard on Monday. George and I have a couple more concerts to attend this weekend, and a New ...
We finally managed to score tickets to a Carnigie Hall tour. I ventured to the box office and arrived at 11am on the dot and scored two. The tour was set for 2pm so we took it easy in the room before heading out and I spent some time discovering the massive Christmas decorations along 6th avenue.
The tour was pretty good, our guide was a bit less than worldly in the history of the building but we still learned a lot. The insides of the building ...
This is Heather with a quick update. We had a problem-free trip back from Bangkok in late September and arrived in New Jersey excited to see family and friends. When we began this year-long "career break" we intended to visit Southeast Asia for 6 months (did it!), spend a couple of weeks in NJ visiting family and friends (did it!) and then head to South America for a few ...
I can hear Barbara Striesand singing to Walter Matthau as she trundles off in a horse and carriage, 'wave your little hand and whisper so long dearie'. New York is coming to an end. We are sad. This has been a lovely trip, busy, exciting, funny, exhausting, full of good food, entertainment, sights that fill your eyes with ...
... We walk around LES until we find a diner on Houston. Its a nice looking place and quite busy. Our waiter is a little hard of hearing but we get our orders in with Jem's help (she was closest to the waiter's good ear). Our entrees were pretty good, Dan enjoyed his shrimps and we all enjoy our soups. But the mains were hit and miss. Dan and Hinesh scoffed down their steak and tuna, Jem and I took a couple of bites of our fried chicken and chicken pot pie and were done with the meal. We ...