Days Inn Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... know what, I’ve come to terms with it. I’m not ruling it out completely but I’ve realized that I’ve spent my entire adult life focused on one thing, getting my next job to climb the ladder in the theatre world. The truth is, I have loved it and hated it. The theatre, and my career are a huge part of who I am, but not the only thing that defines me. I am an adventurous person, I love to travel, I love the outdoors, I love my family, I want to see the ...
... place, peaceful and of course sad. The museum was interesting, sobering. Hearing the stories again made it feel very recent. We grabbed some tea at Wholefoods and searched for a while for a cab.... whenever you want one.... The Rockettes Christmas Spectacular was magical. The theatre itself is just beautiful. Chandeliers .... red velvet.... beautiful. The show featured everything from 3D graphics to the Rockettes dancing, toys ...
... with the constellations. I was able to make an appointment for 12.30 to have my iPod looked at which was nearly two hours away, so we sat on the steps at one end of grand central and wrote in our journals and people watched. Turns out my iPod's battery had died, just out of warranty, so I now have no music for my run. I was able to get some songs downloaded at grand central but connection very slow. It turns out it was a good thing we spent ...
... museum because the numbers inside are managed but it wasn't long before we were in as part of the 12.30pm admission. It cost US$24 each. The museum for most part is cavernous though the exhibition area where most of the exhibits are was tighter. And many hard to see with the number of visitors. Ang enjoyed it. Craig was out of the exhibition area 50 minutes before her, feeling that there was little that we hadn't seen on TV. As would be expected the most graphic ...
... shade of the grassy knoll for a while but it seemed inappropriate to indulge my whims. I wanted to write about indulging my whims, but that didn't seem appropriate either. Then there was the whimsical dolt who insisted on stepping out into Elm Street and posing on the X mark where the President's head was blown open. I was happy to distance myself from that grinning half-twit. He didn't mind risking his life or halting traffic or worrying the party he was with (who encouraged ...