Ramada Limited Parsippany

Address: 949 Route 46 East, Parsippany, New Jersey, 07054, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 949 Route 46 East, Parsippany, is near Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, Historic Speedwell, and Hanover Lanes.
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Travel Blogs from Parsippany

The Big Apple

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 18, 2015

18 photos

Since we arrived a few days before everyone else, it was a good opportunity for us to get all the touristy stuff out of the way so we could spend the rest of the time with our friends from Australia.

The day started early making our way downtown to the free ferry that goes across to Staten Island. The weather was cold but the sun was popping it's head out every so often so it seemed like a good day to do this trip. We got to see the statue of ...

Trip to New York

A travel blog entry by travel.com.ann on Jan 26, 2015

... running out. Scott managed to book us in to a hotel in Times Square which is great, he rang his work Ins & he is covered for the hotel & food so we got a bottle of red wine. We face timed Dave & I sent txt to Lenie , Jean & Trudy. We ordered room service & I had roast chicken with veggies which was really ...

Last of New York City

A travel blog entry by lillyandmichael on Oct 05, 2014

5 photos

... if I'm lucky. Oh and some fresh food, maybe a plate of roast vegetables, would be nice as well. Last post for NYC observations: The city does in fact sleep! We walked through many neighbourhoods where shops/bars/restaurants were closed. Despite the rumours, the city goes to sleep at night and sleeps in on Sunday mornings. Garbage pickup is everyday. No bins, just bags of rubbish sometimes whizzing past your nose ...

The tree knows everything.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... the rubble at ground zero. It was 8 feet tall when found badly damaged and burned. It was taken to a nearby park but was not expected to survive. Eventually it started to show signs of life and was moved back to the memorial plaza and now stands at around 30 feet tall. It's still assisted by a couple of guide ropes and it's still a bit gnarled and burnt in places, but it's still here and it's thriving. It is a living symbol of resilience and survival and ...

I want to be a part of it New York New York

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 12, 2014

105 photos

... getting on the boat line. This takes ages. We finally board the boat and enjoy the quick trip out to Liberty Island. The view of the city landscape as the boat moves away from Manhattan is awesome.

We get to Liberty Island and ask about getting up to the crown. Unfortunately we are told that you had to prebook the tickets online and the usual wait is three months. So we are stuck with walking around the grounds only. After lunch where I was enticed by the crinkle fries, we ...