Ramada Limited Parsippany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ground. After the guided bike ride Ang and Jolanta took they went and found strawberry fields. We sat there for around 45 minutes listening to a homeless man playing his guitar and singing Beatles songs despite the signs around s uggesting it to be a quiet reflective area. As expected several people moved through the area stopping to take pictures of the mosaic Imagine memorial. Typically Ang and Jolanta joined in the singing and had a reflective time and found it to ...
... to meet the girls who were at Hard Rock Cafe. It was raining when we left & agreed to meet them at the Irish pub, just the next block up from our hotel. Cez arrived with Nina & Lou - Saffy had been left enjoying her own time in Forever 21 shopping. We enjoyed a couple of drinks catching up with Cez and our days events. At 4.45pm we returned to the hotel, no Sam around to book our night bus tour trip. We showed the girls our room and went ...
... didn't know what the hell hit her and that she didn't suffer (as I wish the same for every other victim, even though I know that is not the case).
Her name is on the Southern pool as she was employed in a business located in the Southern Tower.
I went to a shop that had lots of books and some video and models of the new project. I spent a fair bit of time there reading a lot of the material, which ...
Today, I take a trip out of the country for the very first time. What a privilege to be able to afford to explore another culture and another setting. I am eager to see how this experience will change me.
We met as a group at Rider University and took one car to another student's home. There a taxi van ...