Sheraton Parsippany Hotel
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... Natalie ' told us.... In 1869 traffic was a big issue in New York City , not to mention all the pedestrian crossings colliding with the trail rail going through the City. The Train came twice a day, once at midday, and once in the evening. The Train bought goods into the City to give to the markets and the butchers. But the problem was that the some of the people didn't see the train coming and they got hit. Over 2, 000 people died each year of being hit by the train, ...
... at a diner on the next corner. Scrambled eggs on toast with potatoes and coffee for $8.17 which sounds reasonable to me. The weather is beautiful here today - blue sky, sunshine and 26 degrees. My first job is to go for a walk to MAC Cosmetics to fulfil Naomi's order. The shops on Broadway don't open till 10 so a quick coffee stop at Starbucks and hook in to their wifi. Although the hotel I'm staying in also has good ...
... at no cell reception on the subway before I understood my commute from Brooklyn involved passing 20 m under the bottom of the Hudson river, as my eardrums faithfully attested at each go;
...I found a credit card compatible soda vending machine;
...I found my VISA card to be refused everywhere in stores but not online; so I called the Belgian bank and aparently the US is considered a particularly dangerous destination for Belgians, you need ...
... wake ourselves up a bit, we decided to walk the 25 blocks down to 14th Street, taking in much of the length of Park Avenue as we did so, and stopping only to buy a slice of pizza each. How New York. Stomp was amazing, and it’s no wonder that it has been running as long as it has. (over 20 years on (off) Broadway. The theatre was small, with only a couple of hundred seats inside, but this lent to the atmosphere, and the lead performer was able to build a non-verbal rapport with ...
... after a hot chocolate at Star Bucks. An interesting view was - there were more people in the queue for the rest room than at the tables . The second hop-on bus had a conductor who was young and told exciting stories about true Empire State and the United Nations. Finally the trip came to an end at Times ...