Airway Inn at LaGuardia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Garment District. Saw a fashion exhibit at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Fashion around the world - one exhibit from Sydney, lots of famous designers. Walked the Fashion Avenue (7th Avenue) and went to Mood of Project Runway fame. Spoke to the cashier about PR and she said "they were in that morning, Tim Gunn was ...
... across the park and to the NYC skyline. From there we
headed to Bethesda Fountain. We went via the Ranble which is just
that. Pathways that meander all over, up and down and around. Would
so have gotten lost if it wasn't mapped out on GPS. Thank goodness
The Ramble took us to the Fountain.
This also features in many movies but we didn't stay long as there
was no shade and it was 36 degrees at this stage (94 Fahrenheit).
... got off the High Line on 28th and walked back to the hotel to start packing for our flight in the morning. We have no baggage allowance for the next flight and the first bag (each) is $25 and the second is $35.....but we are also allowed one item of Han luggage of undefined weight and a handbag/laptop bag. So, we are filling some bags we have to use as hand luggage and using our backpacks as laptop bags (well I do have an ...
... will have to.
The building is stunning, with so much attention to detail. And the views over New York are spectacular. At the top of the Empire State Building it was a babble of languages.
... to the city. Finally we left the New Jersey Turnpike by way of a bewildering network of curving, elevated bridges, giving me a glimpse of a rather fabulous sign warning of 'bridge winds'. Everywhere I looked there was a sudden proliferation of American flags and auto outlets, from Buick to Porsche. After so many years of my life spent worrying about American hegemony and neo-liberalism and the non-ending of history, I was finally setting foot in the land of flags, auto ...