Red Roof Inn Parsippany
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... told she was small, by a very gay shop assistant, so we can be sure he wasn't hitting in her. We spent over an hour there, then headed off to other shops. H&M, banana republic, hulkette got a sweet top, I got a jacket for Jean Georges. Stopped into Lindt. We kept making our way north along 5th ave until we hit Tiffany. Bought myself a ring. Then to Bergman and someone, then a train down to Macy's. On a mission ...
... High Line is an old railway track above the city streets converted to a public walkway. It is free and well worth the stroll. You can join on the corner of 10th and 30th. There are amazing views, lots of street art and good cafes/bars in between. Don't go on a weekend though if you can avoid it. Then it was off to Battery Park, Brooklyn Bridge and The Twin Towers Memorial Site. I hired a bicycle and went exploring. I definitely ...
... beyond our hotel to take a photo outside Radio City. On the walk back Ang spotted the Magnolia muffin store, made famous apparently by the TV series, Sex in the City. Ang has had an interest in locating places connected with the TV series. It was the right name but the wrong branch. Anyway, Ang bought a couple of things to sustain us on the walk home. We got home at midnight. The alarm is set for 7am to be picked up at 8.30am to go to the airport to fly to San Francisco fir 3 ...
... the water is flat as a tack. I think I will be eating by myself tonight!!! Poor Royce . I'm very supportive though.. Drinking red wine , eating canapes on the balcony as we sail away .. Watching out for him. Loved Peggy's cove and the titanic cemetery ... Lots of tourists of course ... Michael would hate this Kaz ! We had to line up under a sign ! I actually enjoyed the commentary and the stories , ( thanks for the tip lynnie) Will keep you ...
As mentioned already, Harlem was an unexpected surprise. Lucky for me, I had a 'local' to take me to some pretty awesome places including The Red Rooster, serving up some of the best meals I've tasted in New York. Another cooky, and totally friendly area I loved for food, was Greenwich (also the location of the F.R.I.E.N.D.S building - yes I went there)! I tasted yummy brunches in both The Cornelia Street Cafe and The Malt House. Let me ...