Parsippany Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... touch the boats". The kids are not even allowed to touch them when they come close to the shore. The Paris kids seemed to be having a lot more fun with it than the few here are.
We meander our way through the park and there are heaps of people out and about. In the middle of the park there is a large crowd gathered watching a group of guys dancing and doing acrobatics. They have selected a kid from the crowd and are using him as a prop they are going to do leaps ...
... the garden which had exploded into growth during our absence. She also mowed the lawn. Mr T shopped and later ironed.
I forgot to say that when Mrs T unpacked the cases she found a note in each one saying tyhey had been examined. One case had the empty ice-wine bottle and the 3 knives! It must have been OK, because they weren't arrested.
Mrs T has put all your memorabilia on our bed for now, and unpacked the breakables. It all fitted in well in the end, but ...
We headed out just after 9am and got to 42nd St at around 10:30. The traffic for the Lincoln Tunnel was banked up because of some construction so it was slow going. We have noticed that there is so much construction going on all around the city, that someone somewhere must have money.
On our walk up to the hop on hop off bus, we passed the New York ...
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... after a short shopping stop that is. Our little shopping walk had us make our way to Greenwich Village before getting on the subway and heading towards Katz Deli, made famous by Meg Ryan in "When Harry met Sally". This place was packed and after we both got our pastrami sandwiches we knew why. They were huge and very, very good. We were now full and headed back to the subway to make our way back to the 34th Street Station where we would find our hotel and a well deserved nights ...