Fairfield Inn & Suites Parsippany
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of NY as we embarked on our journey north. Really impressive. May 8 - Disembarked the boat at New Port Rhode Island and visited The Breakers mansion once owned by William VanDerBilt. Three levels and once boasting 40 servants. There are approx 10 mansions here and a number have been acquired by the Newport Preservation ...
... would be in summer - and packed with people. The buildings and architecture are amazing in the meat packing district; an eclectic collection of the very old and large red brick buildings juxtaposed against the new and flashy glass-covered apartment buildings. We had planned on meeting mum and dad at 2:00 pm at west 42nd and 12th - pier something, to go on a Circle Line cruise around Manhattan island. Mum and dad had spent the morning going down to Union Square to go to another ...
... very strangely when she handed me my ticket. Got my own shield ID card. A bit lame with the initial entry part being a fake shield drill/lecture. The rest of it was interesting with lots of stuff from the movies and physical tests to compare yourself to the avengers. They even had an eye tracking controlled flight simulator in the ironman section. -Intrepid air and space museum on destroyer ship: got to go into a submarine, got to go inside a destroyer aircraft carrier ship, ...
... in Chelsea Market for some fantastic lobster rolls and then proceeded to buy Juniors cheesecake to dine on back home with cups of tea. In the evening we had pizza in the flat as everyone was completely fooded out and watched Monsters University (a great film!).
Katie & John left early on Sunday morning carrying a few extra bags for us which we really appreciated!
We went for our final Hurrah ...
... some thrifting in Brooklyn before headingto penn station to make sure all was well for leaving the country today, then walked up to Times Square then bryant park on our way to watch the SF Giants in the baseball playoffs at a cute bar by grand central terminal called the Junction, where Sarah met us after work for a few drinks and then the subway home. This mornings train followed the Hudson River with some incredible views... Next stop, ...