Fairfield Inn & Suites Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Empire State Building. When we were stuck downtown trying to get to sixth street, due to a major car incident we were wedged in gridlock traffic (which is never a good thing when your on the road with American drivers; they're happy to do ANYTHING to get where they want to). So we jumped out and went searching for a place to eat; when we came across Greenwich Village which is a small Italian ...
... of Modern Art. I missed out on the last trip a couple of years ago and really wanted to go this time. Kids were both free, always a bonus. We arrived too late to stand a chance to get into the Bjork exhibition which was a pity given the next leg of the trip but you can't have it all. I was very happy wandering around in my own little world looking at this and that (Giacometti, tick, Rothko, tick, Warhol, tick) but the youngest member ...
... a scarf and leish needed to buy some new boots to keep her feet dry and warm. Then we made our way uptown to the American museum of natural history. That place was so massive. Like 4 floors of all different kinds of stuff. Had a really good time but we are so buggered now. We were there for probably 5 hours. We had lunch there and watch a 3D ...
... the last ten years. Reconnected with the red loop at Grants Tomb and then travelled to the Upper East side where we visited Museum of Modern Art, Apple Store on 5th Avenue, Louis Vutton, and FAO Schwaltz toy store. Returned to Times Square and visited Aeropostale clothing store and made a few more purchases (still haven't received Emma's bag so entitled to buy a few more emergency items). Then we took on the weather again and ...
I was a little too scared to ride the subway back in 2007, but today managed to successfully get from Brooklyn to Central Park. I only just made it in time to slip past the barricades for the NY marathon and spent about an hour wandering the south end of the park looking for the local falun gong exercise group. After finally locating the group and spending the next two hours in peaceful meditation (despite the 8 degree temperature and the alternating sun and clouds ...