Hampton Inn Parsippany
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the sights including a number of Broadway theatres and the venue for The Late Show. We eventually made it to Columbus Circle (South-west corner of Central Park). Walked around Central Park for a while then caught a horse and carriage ride which took us around the southern half of the park. It was quite expensive - we probably got ripped off - but it was a nice romantic way to see the park, even though it was cold and damp. We stopped ...
Falafel again but this time like a Shwarma. Loved it. A Jewish restaurant. Funny part was could not understand much of neither the billing counter guy- who takes the order nor te one on the other side of the serving table - who prepares the orders. Across the 5th Avenue , 48th ...
... production trailer that actors/stars use to dress up in and eat and rest in. The trailer had been there for a shoot for Men's Health magazine and the person using it had been Helena Christensen. She'd gone an hour earlier, they were cleaning up and the caterer hadn't come back. So they were giving away the copious left over food and drink. at hey invite us into theatregoer to have a look. Ang took a cookie and referred them to the homeless looking people a bit further along. ...
... After a couple of selfies, and a quick stop at the awesome Apple Store in the station, we headed down to meet up with my Punahou classmates, Ryan and Marissa for a quick drink at Birreria Eataly before our picnic at Shake Shack. The beer at the Mario Batali bar was handcrafted and delicious; I ordered the IPA that they hand pump out of kegs. The hamburger at Shake Shack was amazing, and the company I was in ...
... t do much about the horrifically high winds and rain which persisted on waving both my hair and my dress to heights i'd prefer it hadn't. But hey, I guess that's what you get for enjoying the summer in New York a bit too much.
Something I made a point of visiting on my first day whilst in the Financial District was the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. It's well worth going into the museum, although you have to wait for a timed ticket, the amount of history, ...