Crowne Plaza Hotel Paramus
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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As We headed out we were treated to a clear but cool day. We had planned to walk the high line, but the wind was whipping down the Hudson so we instead opted to walk through Chelsea markets.
We started first though with brunch at the Cookshop. We also explored some of the shops in this area. Around 16th to 20th streets along Ninth avenue. It's amazing how quickly this area changes ...
... on a man in the crowed handed me a Hershey's chocolate, positive thoughts back, and not far after that they had a fruit station, I grabbed half a banana. Around 8km from the finish I worked out I might be able to make it under the 5 hour mark, this was more than enough to spur me on for the last hard Km's. I shortened my drink break walk to just a few steps to get some fluid in. 5km's out I knew I could make it as long as I didn't walk anymore, and I didn't and I pushed ...
... reinforcement about fire sales next day. Within an hour the firies had solved the problem and we joined the thousands of others in shopping at a very smoke smelling Macys. Graham completely out shopped a disappointing Karen. That night we headed off on a trip to New Jersey to see Fleetwood Mac in concert at Newark stadium. We had to put on our mountaineering gear to reach our seats on the second to top level. It was worth it the group were sensational. It was the first ...
Up at 3.30 for the 4am shuttle. Quickly to airport with 3 others. Much less crowded at 4am. Coffee for breakfast. Boarded at 5.30. More room on these planes. Arrived at La Guadia at 8.05. $20 taxi to The Hudson on 58th St near 9th Ave. On the way we saw the 59th St bridge (Groovy). Check in warned us that our room was tiny but offered to upgrade us to a bigger room because we missed last night. We took our luggage up to the room and immediately ...
... and got a train to Grand Central. I had seen it so many times in so many movies it was strange to be there in real life. And I half expected there to be a sniper or bomb or something just like the movies. Standing at Grand Central I was struck by the "anything goes" fashion so many people adopt. There was a woman with hair slightly shorter than mine who had gelled it straight up in the air. So many people have very graphic and visible tattoos - women ...