Hampton Inn Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... small Zoo at the south-east end of the park. Small well done and with a bunch of seals that were capable of doing all sorts of tricks in exchange for fish. Both trainers and seals really seemed to enjoy themselves, making me wonder whether I should consider a career change (not sure whether seals understand sarcasm though).
The boys spent the afternoon playing basketball as per usual and when I went round to have a look they ...
We planned to start the day at the Rockefeller Centre/'Top of The Rock' observatory, however, after eventually finding the box office (an absolute joke of a place with terrible signage), we discovered that there was at least a 2.5 hour wait! We had planned on going downtown again afterwards for the 9/11 memorial and museum, so instead we decided to go there straight away. The museum is fascinating, emotional, unbelievable, eye-opening. The memorial pools are ...
... thing though was the girls, all stunning with legs up to their necks in sparkly costumes and high kicking in perfect synchronicity. Our favourite was the Tin Soldiers dance where they were shot by a cannon and then painstakingly slowly all fell down like domino’s. Just amazing!
Well and truly feeling the Christmas Spirit, we headed over to check out the giant Christmas tree display at the Rockefeller Centre (crazy crowds!) before hitting Little Italy (try saying that ...
... we had missed out! The stories of struggling immigrants and how they made a life in America was really interesting. The tour guide, Dante, was great. We saw Katz, famous for the scene in 'When Harry Met Sally' and after the tour we went back there to try a famous bagel with cream cheese! The bagel was ok but, seriously, no one needs that much cream cheese!! From the tour we made our way to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade to see ...
... before grabbing our bags and heading for the airtrain. Luckily for us the Kappels (Adam, Susan, Brett & Jordan) some of Brendon’s friends from when he worked in the States had offered to let us stay for the week, from the airtrain it was onto the Long Island Railroad and out to Merrick where we met at the station by Adam.
Dropping our bags we barely had time to take a breath before we had a cocktail in hand, with it being Saturday night and the boys ...