Ramada Limited Parsippany
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 3.50 for eggs on toast. I ended up get a bacon egg and cheese roll, very nice, and we split some yoghurt and fruit. Nice way to start the way. From there we headed off to fifth avenue. Saks Fifth Avenue was the first shop, found some really nice clothes. The hulkette fell for a very nice blue coat, great fit, but about $350 USD. I found a great Armani jacket, also a bit too expensive. The highlight of saks was ...
Pretty much my last day in New York...7 degrees and wearing shorts...now normally that would be by choice but today it was for practicality. It was freezing...but not legs...legs don't get cold from ankles to knees...but my hands were freezing. And my eyes...I have pretty much cried every time I have been outside due to the wind...so emotional these days. Good day today though...the first few hours were spent exploring the High ...
... to be the end of them and walked back to the one most liked the look of. The menu was a bit limited but the taste of the food was excellent. The staff told us that Meat Packers is south, just one block and around the corner from where we'd been when sent north. So after the meal we walked to Meat Packers and found it, busy with a lot of restaurants and clubs and a younger crowd than we'd experienced elsewhere. We walked home. It took 1 1/2 hours by the time we'd gone a ...
Glorious sunshiny day at Peggy's cove. Started the day with 2 breakfasts and a massage facial combo at the day spa. Ended with Royce sleeping and sick and me at the day spa ( taking his appointment ) . Royce didn't take his travel sickness tablets .. Complacent as he hasn't been sick . The bus got the better of him. And I think he was a bit land sick as well .. I think max's ship was in port at Halifax today. The weather is beautiful clear and ...
... Park, (I could walk around there all day) and Brooklyn Bridge - having ace views of the city, Brooklyn, the cars passing by and pretty much anything and everything. If you squint, you can almost get a decent picture of the Statue of Liberty. I managed to get a look in at the IPC too but there were lots of pictures of rainforests and I don't know why but I just didn't find that my thing. Luck of the draw, with that. Still some great stuff in their other galleries for ...