Crowne Plaza Hotel Paramus
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... City That Never Sleeps or so they say.
Although looking forward to our visit, it is always a worry as to where you will find parking in the bigger cities and the ease of travel.
Fortunately for us, we were able to park our motor-home at a friend's house without any worries about security.
Ranjan, Babu and their two daughter's, Meeta and Jeinika made us very welcome, and of course not forgetting their ...
... about 40 blocks, and from there caught the train up through Harlem to Westchester.
I'd like to say thanks to the Searey community who I've had a few emails from offering assistance along the way, much appreciated.
I'd particularly like to thanks John Brennan and Margaret O'Shaughnessy from Ireland. John pushed, no, gently encouraged me to include Foynes as a stop on my ...
... people instead. Then we walked home, we got a little lost on the way and my brother and I almost got run over, but we finally made it back safely to the hotel. After we all met up, we ate at a soup place, which was not my favorite. Then we walked to Time's Square. It was so crowded and there were lots of billboards and screens! We went into the giant toy store, which doesn't have the big piano anymore, but it was still really, ...
Today was yet another walking day. We love to walk, and what better city to walk in than NYC. Actually Paris is a great city to walk through as well. And Venice. And... I digress. We hightailed it to Time Square in the morning to get some more broadway tickets. We got front row seats again! This time to Honeymoon in Vegas starring Tony Danza. ...
... in a super-charged lift and even went inside to check the queue length and the 'legit' price. It was dark by now and the only things we were likely to see were other skyscrapers lit up. We didn't think we would be missing much if we opted out. Back up 6th Avenue for a change and Central Park. By 9 o' clock the Park had taken on another character, with dog walkers and sundry layabouts making the Park pathways look far less appealing. Not too far from 59th Street ...