Holiday Inn Express Paramus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in surround sound 24/7. Busy little squirrels in every park. Homeless people. A Starbucks with restroom (and even Chai Latte) on every corner not occupied by Duane Reade. And finally in response to Annie's comment it must be chilly, it's bloody freezing. Most days are in the minus range and at some point rocketed up to 4 degrees Celsius. We're on the train now heading to Boston where it's even colder. We're noticing more and more snow on the ground and frozen lakes as we go further north. Lucky ...
... on the track next to you. these two African American older men got on and started busking they were awesome singers. We had it stuck in our head after they left haha. when you get to the South ferry station you walk up the stairs and follow the path down to buy the ferry tickets it is 18 dollars each and that last you all day on either of the islands there is two Liberty Island with obviously has the Statue ...
... in an old mans bar, after explaining we had no idea where to go she told us of an Irish bar to go to... Directions in hand we set off and it got a bit messy from then on as we had a great dance!! Despite being offered a lift we thought it best to get the subway home... So crippled and in pain we limped home ... Slower than a lifting machine being used to put up new ads on ...
... br> The final touch of the day was sitting at Tea and Sympathy in Greenwich Village and enjoying tea time. My dad had a Peter Dinklage sighting outside as we left. Everyone knows him from Game of Thrones, but I would have loved to have been able to tell him that I've enjoyed him since The Station Agent. My dad is always good at the celebrity sightings, but Peter Dinklage pushing a baby carriage is kind of hard to miss.
My parents spent a bit of time ...
... the edge of the theatre district.Central Park is a classic city park and very big. We wandered around tourist attractions at the south end before stopping for lunch at a cafe in the park, just after this we came across an amazing group of singers doing gospel and popular songs, we even bought their CD.
Then made our way to the Metropolitan Museum of Art which is admission by donation, but they post recommended donations ...