HYATT house Parsippany/Whippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fries with that - no thanks. Breakfast at the cafe next door to the hotel and everything (except maybe cereal) comes with fries. Four of us fuel up here while Linda and Lyn head across to the market, buy breakfast and sit in the middle of the traffic island on Broadway to eat - great location. Off to test our subway skills and head to 72nd Street station - a very short walk. We buy our 7 day metro pass and figure out which way to go to get ...
... a readjustment of the itinerary. The original had called for a walking tour around Greenwich village, followed by MOMA, followed by a traditional New York steak followed by the Empire State Building. We also needed to still buy my wedding present from Andy. We ditched MOMA and broke up the walking tour around Greenwich with less food and more sitting on benches. Taxis replaced the subway/walking for transportation. Feeling a bit less overwhelmed, we started at ...
... of the great city walks in the world, with the interesting architecture and high end stores. We saw the beautiful St Patrick's Cathedral. 11 more blocks. (No wonder Fitbit tells me we are walking in excess of 20,000 steps each day. I look like an emaciated Kenyan marathon runner.... I wish! ). On a whim we decided to go into Trump Tower for a look. Inside, no joke, is a Trump store, with Trump t-shirts, other souvenir stuff, his fragrances, his ...
... for and they guy I talked to reckoned it was a combination of two Yiddish names, the second being Herschel. A quick check on Wiki proved that to be BS but it did confirm the Jewish ownership and also explained its openings times. Now if Bunnings or Dan Murphy's adopted some of the ideas (not the skull caps) of B&H I reckon I might get into this whole shopping thing a bit more...
The afternoon was spend in Central Park ...
... the East River to Lower Manhattan. The tour finished at 1pm in DUMBO so we stopped there for lunch then went back down to the promenade for some photos before making our way back to the hotel on the subway. We had hoped to do another walking tour in Greenwich Village in downtown Manhattan this afternoon but it was booked out so we'll have a relaxing afternoon, do some washing and prepare to go to Boston tomorrow.