Ramada Limited Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in greenwich village. Bought some coconut soap for our shower .... Beautiful treat. Microwave in room so able to sit and eat our lovely improvised lunch .... Food for the soul! Afternoon in Central Park.... Met up with Sami and got directions to Central Park and met up with some of the other ladies. Great to venture on the subway and Central Park was amazing and beautiful. Only went to part of it then back and walked through Soho and Little Italy. The skaters were ...
... they overlook Central Park, are worth a fortune, We saw the Dakota building, outside which John Lennon was killed and some very impressive buildings that used to be private homes owned by the Carnegies, Astors etc that now house museums. We got off the bus on 5th Ave and went into Central Park for lunch and a walk. Central Park is a man made park. It is the result of a design competition to create a green space for all the citizens of Manhattan to enjoy. ...
... and very confronting. On a lighter note we were shown a great little New York bar called Jimmy's Corner by a friendly person in the street. Saw the Times Square at night and took lots of photos. Today at Tim's suggestion we went to Woodbury Common which is an outlet mall about 1 hour form here. It was fantastic great shopping everything is so inexpensive . We did come home with a few bags lucky our suitcases are ...
... height of the twin towers.
We walked around the 9/11 Tribute Centre, which was full of information and videos and pictures of the twin towers. There were things which told us how the twin towers - while being a huge hub of business - were also THE place to visit in New York for tourists. The North Tower had an observation deck at the top called the Top of the World, and also a restaurant right at the top called Windows on the World. On the morning of the ...
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Cars can fail an MOT test for the simplest of things, including ...