Embassy Suites Hotel Parsippany NJ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... this dream. My current career and lifestyle does not give me the flexibility or mostly the finances I need. After some long discussions with one of my best friends, Anna (who has traveled the world with work and is now off adventuring herself, living in Peru!) I learned about the Work and Holiday Visa that Australia offers for people under the age of 30. I decided, the time was never going to be right, but if I wanted to do it, I’d have more options the younger I am. ...
After 30 nights in the big apple we took it pretty easy today.
We visited the fashion institute, Mardi was keen to see an exhibition called "Faking It". An interesting exhibit showing the comparisons between designer labels and the rip offs. Pretty interesting.
After this we visited Bosie again. Some times the best things come in threes, and our third visit this trip ...
... filled up on pasta and protein for the run tomorrow. Turns out that the restaurant had really fast free wifi and I was able to download heaps of songs from my iTunes library. After tea we headed off to find a store to buy my breakfast for the morning, than we headed back to our accommodation, the earliest night by far we have had here yet. I organised all my running gear, checked the map and times again and settled into bed early for a good nights ...
... walked through outer parts of Chinatown that were messy, and judging by the shop signs that were exclusively in Chinese, and what we heard, there is little or no English spoken. Young people were playing hand ball and basketball like you see on the movies. Chinatown itself was cleaner and a step up. We passed into the three blocks that make up Little Italy looking for a place to have a substantial snack with tonight in mind. At the same time we found two things, ...
... of their premium prices we walked four blocks and spent ten bucks at a regular coffee shop instead. We drive uptown and ate some sushi, which was restorative, and then we went to a screening of "Boyhood." This movie was shot over 12 years, and over three enjoyable hours, the audience watches the cast grow. Such is the gravity of the story that viewers are appealed to grow with them. Certain scenes were quite emotional, evocative and resonant, but again, deconstructing such ...