La Quinta Inn Paramus
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ever. A short video below captures some of the atmosphere.
Dinner was at Dallas BBQ restaurant on 42nd street. An all American experience. Steak, Shrimp, fries and onions. All brown food and all surprisingly good. The steak was fantastic, succulent and great flavour.
More about the Hotel (Waldorf Astoria) in a later post, for now I'm off to experience more of the city that does not sleep.
... we picked up tickets for Pippen. After happy you in the hotel we headed to the show. It was a great show with a lot of exciting circus gymnastics in it. Dinner was at a "genuine BBQ" spot across the street from our hotel. Sadly our time is almost done. Back to the hotel to repack in preparation of departure ...
... Building tour. On our way we walk back through Times Square. This time it is very different. The lights all seem brighter maybe it is because the sky is darker. There are so many more people on the streets, ones rushing home from a late night shift, others going about their everyday business and then us tourists, clogging the streets. There is so much to see and take in, it's breathtaking but still I feel about anxious. We get to the hotel, grab the tickets and next stop ...
Lana Del Ray song - Brooklyn Baby
We're staying in Brooklyn in a nice neighborhood which by the way is
predominately black. The church bells ring regularly and there is these little
squirrels that run around everywhere, very cute.
The people are friendly and the homes and streets are well kept. They all have this swagger happening over hear, apparently music is in the soul and they like to show it. Sitting on the ...
... but we didn't go in.
Barry found a sign with Times Square on it to pose with.
We got on the bus and found the same tour guide that we had yesterday who welcomed us warmly. The bus took us past a church that has a ribbon on the railing for each soldier who will never return from Afghanistan. There are many.
We pretty much followed the same route as yesterday so we ...