Comfort Inn & Suites Paramus NJ
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the photos below. It was nice to escape from the hustle of New York, light a candle and reflect on the last few months.
Lots of walking today! we walked up and down 5th avenue and Park avenue to see the sights and marvel at the fantastic apartments, ending up at the Met. (taxi back)...
The Met was an experience to rival no other museum I have ever been in, ancient Egyptian and ...
Finally stepped into the restaurant which always pulls Adam to its doors. Surprisingly every employee in the restaurant was a female. As the first tester always, I tried the Salad. The ingredients were all so different in the salad bar, that my expertise of customising was put to test. ...
... finished we decided to head straight back to Manhattan - for safety. Lol! We took the East downtown subway to the tram line for Roosevelt. The tram is a nice experience, we run parrell with the bridge and cross the river. We get off and look across to the 'mainland' and it almost feels like you are in another world. We pop into the visitors centre to find the closest coffee shop, which is literally 3 mins away. The woman that helped us was lovely, she was feeding Geraldine ...
... After that we went to the Rockafella Centre and right to the top, wow what a sight. Finally to the hotel, unpacked and off to Times Square. It's hard to explain what we saw. I now know what they mean by "the city that never sleeps"! We found a pub for dinner, sooo good, and spent about an hour just standing in TSquare like everyone else, watching all the Neon lights flash on and off. There was a policeman standing with his Police dog, so I asked him what was ...
... and 17 different countries visited over our 317 day adventure have each offered something different in terms of people, sights and culture and although we barely feel as though we scratched the surface with our trip, we do go home with a greater understanding of the world at work. It has been a real pleasure to meet up with family members and friends who have welcomed us into their homes with open arms without exception. The wonderful world of social media also ...