Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Parsippany Fairfield
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... park to visit the Alice in Wonderland sculpture & Belvedere Castle coming out at 80th on the west side. Luckily I saw a man carrying a shopping bag from Zabar's so we quickly googled the address (80th & Broadway) & ended up having one of the highlights of the trip - lunch in an old Jewish deli sitting at a communal table listening to a bunch of old Jewish women talking while eating some of the best food we've ever eaten. We ordered toasted ham ...
... The piano player didn't have a boarding pass but I told him to come with me.My RMOY chops kicked right in and there was no problem about overweight or getting a seat with extra leg room. No business class but still not too bad. Then we said goodbye to my bodyguard and the driver and a man from the Embassy (he is Malagasy and they sent him to South Carolina for training which he said was shocking). I gave away all my remaining Ariary (thousands ...
... Subway to High St Brooklyn for our walk back from Brooklyn to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge. We found a diner for lunch in the Tribecca area. The food was great, however it was hot and stuffy inside. I shared steak Fajita with Peter.
We caught the Subway back to Columbus Circle. Fiona & Bezzy got off the subway at 34th St to shop at Macy's Department Store.
Peter and I then caught the Hop On Hop Off bus to Stop 31/1 (Tomb ...
... and despite not being let in past the gates, we still got a pretty good look at the building from the outside. I'm not sure if there are laws about taking pictures of it, but I took some anyway.
Hell hole spiraled back and we were once again in timesquare to look for broadway tickets for tonight before our bus left. Ultimately we decided that we were to be cutting it too fine so ...
... Canada - two people today told us that we are in for some beautiful scenery.
Just another observation about Americans. It is not uncommon for the majority of people to respond with "You're welcome" when you thank them for doing something for you - buying something, letting you into the lift (elevator) etc. Does that sound like somone we know back home, Keely?
Our warmest love and greetings to all
John & Helen