Crowne Plaza Hotel Paramus
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... restaurant with good ambiance snd nice live French music. She was the expert at ordering food- and ordered an onion soup - which we shared - and which was amazing. I ate an Potato pasta while she ordered a lobster dish for herself. It was s nice time we spent with each other talking of the ways we spent New Year. There was a French music that suddenly caught her ears and ...
... to see. Boys were getting VERY whingey by 6pm so we thought we'd better feed them up. Italian was the order of the night so we found ourselves at Bistro Milano thanks to Google Maps - fantastic food and service, best so far, and a price to match of course :-) Home for showers and bed for the boys and once settled Melinda and I headed down for a drink at the bar to land out the next couple of days and relax. Another Great day in ...
... but not tourists like I saw in Brooklyn of walking across the bridge..
I have found the people of NY to be helpful, not gushy, interested but not fawning all over you and have been pleasantly surprised given the reputation I heard they had.
The NEw York Clocks went back by an hour last night and it is dark at 5.30pm. Its such a bitterly cold day with the forecast to warm up as the week goes on so I am staying in tonight. Well that's my excuse!
... relax and eat my lunch and read some books.
I wasted my time for the three hours and then they started boarding at 4:30. I was one of the first to get on to the plane which was nice to know everything was sorted and I could relax. It was a 6 hour flight to our first and only stop over, LAX. We only had one hour until we boarded again, which was just enough time to get a decent meal. I found a fairly ...
... town to the 9/11 memorial. My how things change with time. Where the twin towers stood there is now two very large fountains. There is a eerie silence around the fountains as people take time to reflect exactly what happened. Standing right in the middle of the 'garden' there is a tree that stands with a 'guard', this tree is called the 'survivor'. It is the only thing that survived the disaster when so many life's were lost. Two blocks away there stands a multi storey building ...