Sheraton Parsippany Hotel
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... or purposeful "mistake"... What's that? If I was helping with the futon it may not have malfunctioned? Excellent point! But at that point in time I was very busy setting up my new lamp. Which looks great.
On Saturday we went to the American Museum of Natural History and we also went shopping for my apartment which was extremely helpful. AND we went and saw Phantom of the Opera which was ...
... to us. Our seats were pretty good! Up high in the nose bleed section but could still see pretty clearly. Obviously when at the baseball I had to have a hot dog and get amongst all the music and stuff. Mariners won which was a bummer but a late home run from the Yankees made it a close finish! I thought they might win. We jumped back on the subway to head home but decided to get off at grand central to check that out. It was beautiful like last time :) ...
... back to the village for a boozy dinner followed by a set of love jazz. WE LOVED: - finally finding a place for brunch and then walking past SO many other brunch places afterwards! - awesome live jazz and the intimacy of it all with the pouring rain outside (espresso + red wine + jazz = ...
Tonight we went to the Shubert Theatre to watch a show on Broadway called Matilda. It was fantastic, we won the tickets in the Matilda lottery and we had sears in the Orchestra. We had a down time day during the day because we had all been ill the night ...
Got up at 9:15 again and got breakfast across the road, bagel with bacon egg and cheese. Very nice. Then off the Central Park. It is amazing. Took truckloads of photos. Then back to get some more clothes on, turns out it was too cold for a tshirt and shorts. Then down to Brooklyn to walk the Brooklyn bridge, I steered us a ...