Lefferts Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... aviators used it for record breaking flights in the pioneering days of aviation. It then became a Naval air station in 1942 and was the busiest military airport in the US during WWII. When it was decommissioned in 1972, it was then made into a National Recreation. The signage was poor but suddenly Ted said he saw a park ranger. Where? Sheree saw two young women with kaki pants on but thought they did NOT look like park rangers. Park rangers dressed ...
I'm loving this experience, it's everything I could have asked for but more. I am having the time of my life. I'm gutted that I'm already half way through my trip, time is going so fast. Today was my third day of adventure in this magnificent place.
The first thing on my list was to go to Coney Island, which is the theme park in New York and it didn't disappoint I had a blast, there were so ...
... for 12 days before arriving. She went to find more records on the Ellis Island database but could not find any record of him. She searched for a long time and finally found his name in the records spelled incorrectly, Antoni Parenibski. She knew that there were people on Ellis Island that could help you research your ancestors while you were there so she asked me to see if I could get it corrected. This was important to her as it is a lasting record ...
... packed, with people standing over those eating in seats at tables. We tried to hover for a while but couldn't do it, so I stood in a bit of space at the door. And as luck would have it, two people offered us their spot (had something to do with me carrying a baby in the ergo, New Yorkers are very considerate and offered me seats everywhere I went!) We ate our food, conscious of the people wanting our seats, but sammy eats at the pace of a baby snail, ...
... new go hand in hand and it looks like the new establishments just make the old buildings look even better and unique. The Upper East and West Side are obviously the classy ones, every building there is a hotel by itself, with a concierge as a must and always making you smile.
As I so far only knew the 'typical North American' way of cities, NY is such a beautiful reminder of Europe and comes as a small surprise, with its little cafes, bread and bakery places, bars ...