Holiday Inn Express Paramus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Wednesday morning we headed up town and visited Dr Nissen. Dr Nissen saw me last year and put my eye back together after a severe retinal detachment. It was great to catch up with him, but what was better was his review of my eye. Which was all good. He was very pleased with the healing, and chatted about future options for me as technology developed. At this stage I'm stuck with what I've got, which thanks to Dr Nissen is the best it can be.
After the visit we caught the ...
A nice assorted mix of salads, pizzas and sandwiches at Times Square. Ordered a big box of salad - choose our own dressing. A nice treat to myself while it is raining and the temperature as low as 6 degrees. And this is just the beginning of the further ...
... or are Broadway singers and performers. The restaurant was pretty full and has an upstairs mezzanine floor, where we were. It was already rollicking with the customers joining in the entertainment, singing or standing grooving to the music. The singers walk around the audience and we had only been there a few minutes when one the singers have the mic to Jolanta to do the chorus which she did to great crowd applause. A short time later we saw a man wearing a pounamu ...
... and knew how to put on a show, I was lost you can only wonder ow they do the things they do, I wasn't lucky enough to get on stage but I still had a blast. Every teenager loves a good magic show and this was fantastic, a must do if you have school group.
It was time to learn about the under side of New York that everyone overlooks so I headed off to my next ...
... took us around the entire Manhattan Island. We started on the Hudson River around Mid-Manhattan where there are lots of skyscrapers. Further south the height of the buildings reduces until you get to Lower Manhattan where again there are skyscrapers everywhere. On our right going south was New Jersey. The cruise took us out past the Statue Of Liberty and Ellis Island which we had seen yesterday then headed up the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn. North of Manhattan is ...