La Quinta Inn Paramus
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So, its 2015, the year I said I'd move to Australia, holy ****! I’m sitting in a Starbucks in New York City planning for my Australian adventure and let me tell you the feelings are all over the map. Between, being excited and terrified I am completely overwhelmed. What am I doing? Am I really doing this? Well, lets see, I’ve bought my ONE WAY plane ticket (for a mere $42.50 and 40,000miles!), I’ve been granted my Work and Holiday Visa from the ...
... the recent snow still around in piles of ice etc.... We ended up with a pile of new shoes, clothes and watches but overall we probably wouldn't do this again, it was not really that cheap and given we're not really into labels (Gucci, Burberry etc...) not our thing. That said, we found a few places at the end of the day and needed to rush to get a bus at the latest time we could to get back ...
... than expected, right on 6 in the morning. When actually arrived back on the 1st of November, so by crossing the international date line, we lost a whole day. But it was by far the best flight of the trip.
I enjoyed the whole trip and I found most of the activities I experienced valuable and educational for a school student to experience. This is a great opportunity for anyone and would highly recommend it.
... and I choked down the worst tuna-fish sandwich of my life, sleep carried me away intermittently over the remainder of the flight. Edwin Abbott Abbott's biography of A. Square, an honorable citizen of "Flatland", occupied my mind in between these movies and naps. Although my dreams were not filled with visions of alternate dimensions, like the terrifying visions realized by Mr. A. Square in strange places like Lineland, Pointland, and of ...
... Park taking refuge in a garage that he passed. That is what saved him and he lives to tell the story. As we head to TriBeCa we fall into the path of a film being made. I photobomb the movie crossing the road not realising what is happening. The A lister is fooling about on the road in front of passing cars and shaking the drivers hands as they slow down so as not to knock him down. We were told to keep walking and not to take pictures much to our dismay. Tony crosses over the ...