Hampton Inn Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... John Lennon lived, which is not very far from where we are staying. Its called the Dakota and is on W 72 St. It was built in 1884 and was one of the first apartments built to attract wealthy people to move from houses into apartments in this area. When it was built, this part of Manhattan was sparsely populated. It has a courtyard in the middle. The Dakota is one of Manhattan's most prestigious and exclusive cooperative residential buildings. We ...
... stayed in bed for about an hour. I was so worried how I was going to get back to Australia. I thought I needed to go to hospital.
Finally I got the courage to try and get up, slowly, I found that I could weight bear on my right leg, which was really encouraging even though the pain was bad. Maybe I had snapped a ligament or something. At least I could walk very slowly as long as I didn't twist. I know the importance of keeping mobile so decided to try ...
Today was my last full day in New York. I slept until almost 11:00 since we were up til 3:00 last night. I was still really tired. There wasn't much else that I wanted to do today other than pack and get to Mast Brothers for some chocolate to bring home. When I was using my map to look up where the Brooklyn location was a few weeks ago the only location that would pop up was for the one in Lower Manhattan. I just assumed they had ...
... talking with us all and making the trip enjoyable. We arrived and there were already a number of buses offloading eager visitors. There was a little rain on the way, the only we experienced for most of our time in the US. Although we could not see a lot of the scenery from the road as they were lined with trees for much of the time, the area was lush and green. We saw that American homes in these areas were generally ...
... all dressed up ready for the big game we got back on the subway and made our way up town to the Bronks. We were a bit hesitant heading into the Bronx as in the last few days there have been lots of shootings and deaths. During our trip uptown we made a quick stop to check out toms restaurant. Most people would know it as monks café as the main feature in Seinfeld. No Jerry :( Finally arriving at Yankees stadium there were ...