Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Parsippany Fairfield
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This day began at 4:30 am when my body decided it was morning! (No wonder I was tired this arvo) We walked past Central Park to 5th Avenue!! Featuring Tiffany 'n' Co, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dolce and Gabbana and you get where I'm going with this. It was awesome to see the clothing and products of the well known companies, not so nice to see the price tag though :(. We ate breakfast at a little diner called Astro, ...
... if you had a photo taken with them then some guy would come and ask for money. They weren't the only ones, that snowman from Frozen was the creepiest in my book.
Yesterday we decided to do the trip to Liberty Island before the weekend to avoid the crowds. We rocked up at Battery Park only to be accosted once more by people trying to sell you alternative statue of liberty trips - don't get suckered in, there is only one ...
... We got back on the subway and headed uptown back to the hotel. Got back just in time before it started snowing again. So we came for our usual 4 o'clock nana nap and now we are ready for dinner. We ended up going to a place call the palm restaurant. It's a really expensive steak house. I had the best piece of steak I have ever had. Leish had a veal masala. It was very nice food. Then we went to have a look at Ripleys believe it or not. It was a fun time with my ...
... to disengage from the chores and pulls of daily life. Therefore, some time spent watching films and thinking about little else was well-appreciated. As we met the North American coast over Canada we saw fields of snow beneath the clouds, and then as we circled New York and approached Newark Airport, we caught our first glimpse of the Manhattan skyline, and the Statue of Liberty. It felt weird approaching a city for the first time (Dave, not Jenna) and feeling like you already knew ...
... St subway was a lone busker with a beaten up guitar playing blues. Musicians still destined to struggle despite what their 50's-60's counterparts gave to humanity.
Back in Time Square I took a few photos of the obscene commercial glitz and then dropped in to Christie's to see if I might like to buy a $4m Cezane. Just like an art gallery but with price tags and they let anyone in!
That was New York done, no need to come back now. The magic is ...