Fairfield Inn & Suites Parsippany
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... queues for food and nowhere to sit to eat it. By the time we ate, got a lift back up to our room and dealt with all the maintenance issues (above) we did not get out and about until after 12 noon. Headed off to Bryant Gardens nearby and watched the ice-skaters for a while then walked down to Times Square. Spent a bit of time looking at the illuminated signs - it was much larger than I expected. We then walked up Broadway looking ...
... a bit disappointing so we got back on the bus. Once we got back we grabbed so maccas and took it home to eat for lunch/tea. Had a shower and got rugged up and then went on the Brooklyn night tour bus. We were hoping to get some great photos of the city at night but was hard as we didn't get to stop so all pictures had to be on the move which made it very ...
... of the chess boards are fixtures in the park. We chatted with one guy who works nights at JFK airport and spends all his day playing and looking for chess partners at Union Square. Then we walked to Madison Square Park. Of interest there was that Lego had a display including life sized characters such as Superman and Cinderella. Walking in the footpath just outside the park we passed a large camper/trailer when people from it asked us if we wanted free food. The vehicle was ...
... day, and worked our way to the eventual realization that we don't take advantage of the amazing cities we live in. Like I said, this is not an original thought, but that experience made me pause and hope to take more advantage of the beautiful place I call home. Anyway, besides Shake Shack, the day consisted of a great day around the city. Bolton and I traveled from Mamaroneck via a train into ...
Five days in New York is simply not enough, but having fast forward through the expected 'things to do' in my first couple of days, I gave myself plenty of time to explore the city like a local. The expected things of course being, visiting the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, The Empire State, Central Park, Times Square, etc etc... all pretty awesome. You can't really beat lightning striking the city late at night whilst you're up the Empire State building. However, i ...