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 ...
... we'd definitely go and have a drink up there to admire the view. We got changed into a bit smarter attire and got the elevator up the next few floors before stepping out onto the roof. We couldn't really step much further though as it was that busy. It was Saturday night after all. We both realised it wasn't quite worth it, especially as our room offered a similar view, and allowed us to sit in our dressing gowns eating our M&Ms one final time in the City that Never ...
... called New Leaf that was about a five minute walk from the museum. I decided to sit out the storm there. I got there just before the sky really opened up. I was a little hungry so I had a wonderful gazapacho and a grilled cheese. Once the rain let up to a drizzle I headed back to Brooklyn with a lot of new lessons learned. After quite a day, I figured that I deserved a treat from Beny's. Today I tried the chocolate pear tart. It did not ...
... sleeping to whimpering, sleeping to whimpering, She didn't have a great deal of sleep but she was pretty quiet. My arms were exhausted by the end from hours of rocking followed by keeping incredibly still. Samuel on the other hand was perfect and watched the lego movie over and over. We didn't even need to get out the multitude of fun aeroplane surprises we had packed. At LA airport (where we had a 3 hour layover) things got interesting. We were all ...
... in with suitcases. Straight away we were met by the NYC smell...I don’t know how to describe it unless you take it in yourself but its hot, a mixture of hundreds of foods,steams mixed together and its utterly wonderful! New York Penn is one of the cities biggest subways Serving over 600,000 passengers a day and around a thousand every 90 seconds. So you can imagine the sheer amount of people passing through. Walking from one end to the station to the other would be ...