DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Mahwah
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... to see if there were any tickets for sports events so headed towards the ticket store where we stopped to watch a group of street dancers, one of them managed to flip over 6 people from the audience which was impressive but besides that a lot of joking and talking opposed to dancing. Anyway, we finished watching the dancers and headed into the ticket shop where we managed to get tickets to ...
... I laughed.
I never stepped foot in France until a a few days ago, but I always thought I would like it here.
As a boy, I couldn't get enough of The Three Musketeers, the Count of Monte Christo, the Scarlet Pimpernel. I loved the "nose insult" soliloquy in Cyrano de Bergerac. I preferred Brigitte Bardot to Raquel Welch. I thought Jean-Claude Killy was really cool. Hell, I ...
... and see a homeless man (well I'm making that assumption) squatting down and doing a poo (yes, a poo!) at the curb... I can honestly say that I've never seen anything like it in my possibly sheltered life. It is one of those things that you just can't get past without a bit of a joke - I know, insensitive - so Michael and I have coined a phrase for anything that smells bad in NY which is 'that smells worse than hobo poo'.... I'll raise the tone a bit to finish off. ...
... was trying to punish us for getting burnt yesterday by somehow being hotter. Then we took a hectic taxi ride over towards little Italy and Katz's Deli. This place was so good when we came to New York last year that we had to come back. For anyone that doesn't know, it's the site of that famous scene in When Harry Met Sally ("I'll have what she's having!"), and the food is unbelievable. We had a three ...
... a walk beside the boating lake, watching the many rowers paddle in the shimmering waters. We continued through the park, passing the many beautiful gardens filled with gorgeous flowers. We soon reached the magnificent reservoir, with the skyline in the distance. Here we stopped to enjoy the view before having a cold beverage at a nearby cafe in North Meadow. With weary feet we decided the walk to Times Square was a little far ...