HYATT house Parsippany/Whippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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An amazing French restaurant. Simon had invited us all for a dinner get together. Took a sub-way to reach the place. Also got to meet Leah and Pete. Simon is a good story teller. Enjoyed the time over dinner having some nice recommended French salads but ...
... on Wednesday morning. We then walked back to Central Park and through the southern end of the park and over past the zoo to 5th Ave to see the parade. We were standing between E 67 St and E 66 St. It was a very stop-start parade as groups had to be stopped to let traffic cross 5th Ave but, more importantly, to co-ordinate the parade with television!!! The parade started with Police bands and groups and as it's a huge celebration of any group with Italian ...
... we decide to do the Skyride. Apparently it is worth $42 if you purchase the ticket. It is a simulated ride that showcases the sights of NY City narrated by Kevin Bacon. I have been on a lot of simulated rides over the years (3 sons) and some of the best were actually at the now defunct Sega World in Darling Harbour. This simulated ride, touted to be "one of the best experiences in NY City" is clunky by comparison. It is blurry and the ride is just sick-making without any real purpose. ...
Today we tackled the subway and made our way downtown to Times Square to get onboard a bus to Ground Zero. A very solemn place showing the two 1 acre square waterfall memorials to the victims of the tradegy. It was quite a moving experience. ...
... my blog, but the wifi on the train is not all that great and I wasn't able to upload any pictures. I was half way through typing it up when the wifi died and I lost all the work I had done, so I cracked the sads and gave up.
We started seeing glimpses of New York about 15mins before we pulled into Penn Station. Our host at the apartment, Marty, came to pick us up from the station, which made ...