Embassy Suites Hotel Parsippany NJ
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After an awesome Broadway show (we are seeing a couple), we headed home to shower from the hot, humid and dirty feeling you get while sweating through the city. I bought a MacBook so hopefully I can upload a lot more photos and videos on my blog. Today we headed to Central Park. Central Park is huge, and as everyone says, you can be in Central Park and not even notice the city around you. Jen was stoked at the rocks and wanted a few photos of her in front ...
... it to Times Square. We sat on the steps, watched the world go by and ate our cheese cake, happy gals! We headed back to Brooklyn in a sugar coma and hit the sack. Thursday 16th - Up and at 'em early today! We went to a coffee place our host recommended and grabbed coffee and brekky to go and jumped on the subway straight to Wall Street. Best coffee we'd had in a while! We did the Statue of Liberty first which was good to see again, we gave Ellis Island a miss ...
... We carried on down Fifth Avenue, the place I wish I could afford to shop. We pass the Rockerfeller Center, Dolce and Gabana, Tiffanys, trump tower etc. By this time my legs were killing, we had walked around 2.5 hours without hardly stopping so we made our way to Central Park to sit in the sun and see what was going on. Once we arrived it was just a different atmosphere completely, people chilled out, playing ball games, picnics, riding bikes, jogging, horse and carts, ...
... and Ellis Island ticket. I was told it could be an hour wait in line to pass through Security Check (normal for all attractions now). They a pretty much the same as the Security check at any airport. Luckily the line moved through much faster and within about 30 minutes I was on the ferry. First stop, the Statue of Liberty. On arrival at Liberty Island I walked around the Statue of Liberty, taking lots of photos (of course). Unfortunately I didn't get to walk ...
... experiences. I noticed on Facebook that Claire and Dan Hamilton, two friends from Sydney, mentioned in a post that they were enjoying cocktails in NYC.... an hour later so were we. A few good beers, lots of laughter and chat before they had to dash for their last meal in NYC and an early flight to Hawaii enroute to Maui. They had been in New York to meet up with Claire's parents who had flown over from Wales. Such a great evening.