Days Inn Parsippany
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for the night we couldn't miss out on the chance for a night out.. But none of our clothes were acceptable so it was time to hit the shops! New outfits at the ready we met up with Swaz and his friend, we went to a Scottish bar first ... The waitress's at the start had serious attitude problems but (I think) after a few drinks she loosened up and ended up asking us why we ...
Woke up earlier today as our hop on hop off bus tickets expired at 10am so we wanted to get to the boat for the Statue of Liberty. Bought our tickets and went through all the security and then into the boat. Took around 10 minutes to get to The Statue. Walked around and then climb the stairs to her pedastool. Some really great views of the New York skyline from there. When we got back to the gift shop Shani ...
... be the rage here at present. Another happening is the Halloween preparations are starting, some gardens and apartment windows being decorated, and a lot of big orange pumpkins for sale the largest with a US$50 price tag. We walked to Washington Square and from there walked a short distance looking for a cafe for brunch. We saw an Indian restaurant and enjoyed the meal. We walked around the shopping/ commercial area and back to Washington Square where we sat for awhile watching ...
... of the park, fascinating stuff really. There is small section called Strawberry Fields and its a tribute to John Lennon as he was shot at his home just across the road from the park, see my pics.
Anyways I have managed to hang onto Darren so he cant ditch me anymore. We were meant to spend 2 nights at Time Square but apparently I got the dates wrong and we had to try and find accom for last night. Everything was fully booked ...
... around the "leaves".
Little Italy had come to life by nighttime, but Chinatown seems to close down.
There is only a few of the more up market restaurants that are open but all the food carts, side stalls and knock off places are closed.
We were all quite surprised when we got on to the Manhattan Bridge bound for Brooklyn, It hadn't been mentioned in ...