Red Roof Inn Parsippany
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... show we went the Hard Rock and ate dinner at 11:30 pm (the perks of NYC baby) the music and atmosphere was so cool!! Then a song by the black eyed peas came on and one of the bartender guys started drumming on the bench top and glasses! He was talented!! We ate our ribs and sang to songs but it was getting a tad late, so we returned to our hotel to get a little shut eye. Well off to Day 3!! Later Gators!! LJ ...
... doesn't actually open until 29 May. Oh the disappointment, not. Yay, no need for me to have to deal with any more lift anxiety!
Yeah ticked off a few things that we didn't get to do before and will do some more before we leave here. Times Square is getting more insane by the minute and is a good showcase for how far people will go for a bit of money / attention. The painted up chicks were immortalised before ...
... for entrée then I had the BBQ Ribs with mash and corn and leish got good old Mac n cheese. Was so delicious. Food is so yum over here. Then we made our way back to the hotel. On the way we called into a shop called h&m and we brought me a nice big trench coat because it is so cold here. We couldn't believe our eyes when we got back to our room, the concierge of the hotel gave us a complimentary bottle of ...
... bridges that span the area. After going through the Lincoln Tunnel, past Times Square and Broadway, the bus dropped us on 42nd Street, a couple of blocks from our hotel, The William. We loaded up, and trekked past the hordes of people outside the Public Library, before checking in. New York already had a real buzz about it: the skyscrapers, the christmas lights, the huge number of people in Father Christmas outfits for the annual Santa Con event. We were getting the buzz as ...
... America. To see farms, houses, fields, rivers and water towers!
So through NY to New Jersey...down through Delaware to Pennsylvania, DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina then South Carolina.
I'm one hour out of Charleston, SC. It is dark outside and for someone who has done nothing but sit on her backside, occasionally walk to the cafe car and gaze out of the window at America passing by...I'm pretty knackered.
I better get used to ...