Hampton Inn Parsippany
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... in the middle of our walk 43 blocks. Fountains. At night we headed to Rockefeller plaza, hopeful to get to the top. Unfortunately, at 6 no tickets were available till 9:15, so we booked tickets for sunset on our last night, Saturday. The only real photo I'm hoping to get on my film camera. The rest... Well, it's a bit too hard to set up a tripod, and I don't want to take a risk with my camera through New York, although it feels pretty safe. Safer than ...
... the end. It was really well done, and so much information, but emotionally tiring as well. We headed out to look at the reflecting pools that mark where the towers stood. They were beautiful. And it was interesting to learn that they've actually placed the names of those who lost their lives near people they were close with at work or colleagues from their team or department rather than in alphabetical order which I thought was a nice way to do it. We were ...
... to skip it and find a food place off the side streets, we sat in there and watched all the people going past. At this point it had been 7 hours of waking and about 30 mins of sitting and we were both worn out. We decided to catch the local bus which takes you back over to New Jersey for the peace and quiet. We get off the bus in what seemed like ten minutes, look over the river and say goodnight to yet another breathtaking view of the skyline, until tomorrow New York! (Peace and quiet ...
... the USA, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean by sea from Europe and other places. A place where they spent their first few months before being passed and allowed to cross over to Manhattan Island, where the majority spent their first years living in what was the poorest and harshest area, the Lower East Side. Now not having much time to explore Ellis Island and not having had any family pass through Ellis Island, I decided not to get off the ferry, but rather stay ...
... included, are best seen from ground level, their architecture, street life and buzz are all best appreciated by looking straight at them. But New York is special, it has great architecture, street life and boy does it buzz, but it also has the most amazing skyline and you really do need to climb up to see it. I will let the pictures below tell the story far better than I can.