Sheraton Parsippany Hotel
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Day starts off early with Suley going to dentist to get her permanent new teeth. Can't go to South America without the perfect chompers ... I headed out down 42nd street and ended up in Bryant park for coffee. There were all these colourful chairs out so I sat in them and then went to check out a pop up store for lily Pulitzer that was set up in the park ... I got caught up with the crowds and ...
... in the hostel communal area overlooking the city before
catching the metro to Harvard, that's right we can say "we went to
Harvard". Really beautiful walk by the River Charles before a great,
free tour with a guy called Kyle. Afterwards we hit the seaport district
and a place called James Hook & Co for a lobster roll and clam
cowder, Holly ...
... that will help my financial stability, so I’ll be leaving the US (from Seattle) on March 3, 2015… TWO MONTHS from YESTERDAY! Ahhhh!
Originally I thought maybe I’d go the Au Pair route, have a host family, take care of children and really immerse myself in the culture. After a lot of soul searching and back and forth I decided that wasn’t the right choice for me. Though it would offer me more stability, housing and the chance to hang out with ...
... Bloomingdales, fifth avenue, and Macy's were all on the cards.. Dallas was looking for a few things in particular and he was successful! Found a nice wool coat from Hugo boss In Bloomingdales. A lot of the stores were already having markdowns pre- Black Friday sales so we thought we would buy up before the crowds on Friday. Macy's is just so huge! 9 or so levels with ...
... families lived there full time. It then became automated. Now they run tours there on occasional Saturdays.
We crossed the Hudson River on the Rip Van Winkel Bridge. No idea why it was called that. Has a toll of $1.50 but only one way. On to Poughkeepsie where we walked across the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. It was a railway bridge which was converted to a pedestrian bridge some time ago. The bridge section is 1.3 miles long and ...