Days Inn Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the theatre about 12 rows from the front. The musical was brilliant - very funny and the costumes and scenery were amazing. Cinderella and the fairy godmother both did costume changes on stage which totally amazed everyone in the audience. And the ending was not at all what we expected. The storyline had been changed, but in a good way. We caught the train home and were really surprised at the lack of traffic on Broadway when we came out ...
... mobile phones throughout the entire evening texting and/ or on Facebook and the piece-de-resistance; as soon as the first song begins, the first 10 rows in the theatre stand up, meaning that everyone behind also have to stand up, otherwise they won't see a thing. This is the strangest concert environment I have ever been in! I have to say that Australians on the whole are a million times more polite and respectful.
Having ranted about all of that ...
... started on their coastal 'Newport Mansions' walk, but got so hot that we couldn't finish it (it was a 3.5 mile one-way walk so you have to walk back again). The sea looked so inviting, with the broad sandy beach only sparsely populated with sunbathers. If it had been Britain there wouldn't have been room to swing a battered cod. We set ourselves down on the beach and made the best of the afternoon sun. Peter blinded many of the locals when he took off his top to go in the sea, ...
... It's not that we don't appreciate the time and effort people go to, to produce art, we're just not entirely interested. Although it was cool to see Andy Warhol's Soup Cans, a bit of Picasso and Matisse and we were out of there. Saturday was mostly taken up by one of Mike's life goals from his Bucket List, The Sopranos Tour. It took us all around New Jersey. Mike absolutely was like a kid in a candy store, except it is a 26 year old man and locations of a TV ...
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