Ramada Limited Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and it was nearing lunch so we were hungry and impatient. Plus, the bloody rude and pushy Europeans - I thought Asians were bad (no offense to anyone), but I cannot stand the bloody European - made us even more impatient and annoyed. Americans are straight forward; they drive on the right, they walk on the right (slower pedestrians even move to the far right like cars) - there is no accidental awkwardness bumping into people, especially on stairs - ...
... and had a lengthy walk through the park, which was amazing. So many runners and squirrels! We crossed over to the other side of the park and walked past the reservoir where we saw an eagle perched in a tree, that came as a surprise! Anyway, we carried on past the Alice in Wonderland statue and found ourselves at the bottom of the park. By this time the light had gone however still an early evening we continued down Broadway to check out midtown. Originally we thought we would ...
After the workshop, I headed back off to Rockefeller Center, this time in search of the NBC Universal Store to pick up some swag from some of my favorite shows. Found it with little trouble, but I must admit, it was disappointing as the online selection was so much greater. Tonight was beautiful & clear, a great night for non-rainy Rockefeller photos but a dinner with a friend awaited and I'd make my way back later.
... park to visit the Alice in Wonderland sculpture & Belvedere Castle coming out at 80th on the west side. Luckily I saw a man carrying a shopping bag from Zabar's so we quickly googled the address (80th & Broadway) & ended up having one of the highlights of the trip - lunch in an old Jewish deli sitting at a communal table listening to a bunch of old Jewish women talking while eating some of the best food we've ever eaten. We ordered toasted ham ...
Of all the days in the year to be in mid-town Manhattan, September 23 & 24, the opening days of the 69th meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations must be amongst the most "must-to-avoid". On just about any given weekday, mid-town Manhattan is crowded, chaotic and virtually grid-locked. Add to this some 160 heads of state, world leaders (not to mention the “leader of the free world”), their entourages, hangers-on, media, ...