Comfort Inn & Suites Paramus NJ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Friends - we treasure them all, may they have been known for a few days, months or many years.
Meeting old ones and making new ones is a bonus during our travels and we have many happy memories of such meetings.
Having left Boston we travelled slightly west to Wellesley to meet up with another friend of a friend, Ash and Margie It was good to meet up with you both - wish we had had more time.
New York New ...
As the sun started making the hole city glow, it had a strange and powerful effect on one chap who I'd been wondering why he kept nervously walking back and forth, turning and twisting amongst the far tables.... He proposed to his lady! Oh shucks....
After dinner decided to one of my favourite New York activities - keep walkin' - so I walked all the way up to ...
... famous paintings, my favorites were the Mary Wollstonecraft and the George Washington paintings. Then we went to the park nearby and ate ice cream. We rode the carousel and sat in the shade, the park was super crowded, there were more people than park there! Then we walked to Grand Central Station and we looked at the big golden clock. We tried to go up to the top balcony, but I guess you need a key for that. Oh well, we met ...
... riding a motorised bicycle (tuk tuk in Thialand). We saw an ice skating outdoor rink, Alice in Wonderland Statue and many sites that have been in movies. We went to Bubba Gumps for Dinner, and we had fish, chips that was served with blue jello! We came back to the hotel to pack as we are heading to Miami ...
... taxis. Inevitably we stopped off at various emporia to examine the goods and as hunger got the better of us we succumbed to that den of American iniquity, McDonald's. Our first and only visit to Macs; a quarter pounder with cheese and fries, while Steph opted for the Happy Meal (no toy, just a large plastic bucket!) We arrived at the Empire State unprepared for the ticket hawkers and their hard sell. We established it wasn't a cheap choice to whizz up to the ...