Days Inn Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Lincoln centre. The sad thing was that 2 of the book shops from my last visit had both closed and been replaced by clothes shops! Had a nice walk back through Central Park though. I had planned to go to one of my favourite restaurants for dinner, but they were closing early due to 4th of July, and so I went to whole foods instead, was very nice. This morning I was up early, I went out for an early breakfast, and then walked down to Times ...
More pavement pounding has been had, more games of basketball against locals and more beer and food consumed in the last two days - same old same old!
Off to an earlier start than of recent days on Wednesday we headed out of Brooklyn by subway for Roosevelt Island to take the aerial tram across the East River. People seem to start work lat here so even at 9:30 am the trains going into Manhattan are packed. The Aerial Tram is ...
... won, by about 30-40 points. MSG was actually really empty; It was a Tuesday night, and the Knicks were playing, but I still expected to see a reasonably full stadium. A couple in front of us turned and asked us if we had ever seen MSG this empty, so obviously somewhat uncommon. It was an ok game all the same, though kind of boring in the end. The highlight was when Ryan 'nearly' caught a t-shirt; they roll them up and put them into air guns and shoot them out ...
... plus a muffin Celina ventured off to Grayline to get the pre purchased New York passes and hop-on, hop-off bus passes. Then off to 42nd and 8th to collect the coach at 11:00am and we took the red loop through upper west side, travelled down Broadway, then parallel to Central Park, along the Hudson River and stopped at Grant's Tomb where we met a couple from Perth who were doing a seven week trip, much bigger than ours. They ...
... go into the draw for 20 $30 tickets which are drawn out of a barrel 2 hours before the show. Otherwise tickets are $200-$400 which is crazy. Tomorrow I think I will go on a mission to see the Statue of Liberty for free...I don't want to do the tour but apparently you can see it from Brooklyn Bridge Park or the Staten Island Ferry. And the Staten Island Ferry is free. Then possibly a bit of shopping or the Museum of the Moving Image depending on ...