Parsippany Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the 1930's having flown from Southampton, Foynes and Botwood. It was a pretty congested little harbour, especially for a week day with lot's of small yachts and dinghies sailing.
Now landed on the ground at Westchster, NY, a secondary airport for New York.
I feel like I just finished my High School exams. Sitting on the couch at the airport, not ...
Today I woke up to a delicious breakfast of cereal. Not. We ate and dressed, then embarked on our busy, busy day. We got on the subway at Time's Square and rode to the 9/11 Memorial Pools. We found our relative's name engraved on N. 45, and we took some pictures. Then we entered the One World Observatory and it was incredible! We looked at all of the exhibits and rode the elevator. The elevator took 60 seconds to reach the top of the country's tallest ...
... friend and I looked at each other with the same thought in our head 'I cannot believe we're here right now'. I know how corny this sounds but there were so many times on the trip that we had seen something or just stopped and smiled, realising how lucky we are to be in New York!
We'd almost given up trying to find either Central Park Zoo or the ice skating rink (emphasis on trying) after hours of searching. Then within the space of 10 minutes we'd found both and decided that ...
We woke to the promise of sunshine and brilliance. So we were out of the blocks early with plenty of rubber to burn. We arrived at the Empire State Building as it opened and up we went to the 86th floor. And we could see forever in any direction. Out of the sun it was windy and extremely chilly, but the other side? We came down with a sun tan and ...
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The final day of our Fall Tour. We had walked up and down 5th,6th, 7th Avenues and Broadway too and by the final day we were ready to get back home. Steph went in pursuit of things quilting, fabric and stuff; I went in search of the incomprehensible at MOMA, Museum of Modern Art. MOMA is another fascinating museum, vast, relaxed and ...