Ramada Limited Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... end- John Lennons building, Lincoln center etc and the north end - The Bronx and Harlem etc. Which I so cleverly observed with my eyes shut! We got off at a stop outside our hotel building; changed into dresses etc and went and watched Matilda on BROADWAY!!!!!!!!!! It was awesome to see and very entertaining (the second included for the guy behind me who was quite over exaggerated in his laughter). After ...
... here had the whole Liberty Island evacuated so I suppose its understandable. We didn't bother with Ellis Island as Jan and I have both been and the boys weren't up for another "museum".
We were intending on getting to the top of One World Trade Centre as it was under construction when we here last. Unfortunately, although the 9/11 memorial is now open and free and despite the One World Website being up and tickets ...
... Made it back to our hotel at about 2:30pm and we were so cold. New York City is bloody freezing. So we came up to our room and had a nice hot shower to warm up. Well we did it again. Fell asleep at about 4:00pm and woke up at about 6:30pm. Went for a walk up to midtown to a place called restaurant road. It's about two blocks of just restaurants. We ate at a place call bourbon street bar and grill. We shared ...
... Christmas buzz of New York. We landed at Newark Airport, and after taking longer than we’d hoped for to get through immigration (back of the plane = last off = biggest queue), we picked up our bags and set about finding the best way to get into Manhattan. Which turned out to be the bus. Once again, some things never change. The journey, though, gave us a chance to see the sprawling New Jersey urban area outside of New York - meh - but also views across to Manhattan, and ...
Up at 4.30am this morning and at Penn Station at 5.30am for my 6am train.
This is the first of a few 13 hour Amtrak journeys I'm taking over the next few weeks.
But the journey, to me, is part of the whole experience. It's not just the destination...it's also the getting there.
How else could I possibly see so much of America in comfort? Driving these huge distances were not an option and flying? Flying won't allow me to see big town and ...