BEST WESTERN Queens Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we took a taxi to Union Square to join the Slice of Brooklyn tour of about 4.5 hours.
This a tour that our travel agent recommended as he had done it himself. He enjoyed it and so did we.
It was a fantastic tour. We were picked up by bus with about 25 other people and four of those couples were from Australia.
We were driven over the Manhattan Bridge into Brooklyn where we had a great view of ...
Feeling a little better today so I'm hoping I'm back to normal tomorrow! Breakfast today was a Starbucks, in true New York style. Even got my own name on it this time! Today somehow turned into a bit of a shopping day, I have obviously taken to New York quite well. Pretty much a local now, so much that a tourist asked us for directions. We couldn't help in the slightest! We were just meant to be collecting out baseball tickets then going to Central Park! We went into ...
... hours on top of the observation deck just checking out the lights. So beautiful! And that is where we ended our night - the Rockefeller. We were so exhausted, we took a cab home. It was pretty affordable, probably $20+tip.
DAY THREE: We slept in today before getting on the subway to get to the Elis Island/Statue of Liberty Ferry. TIP/FYI - when you get onto the streets you will be overwhelmed with people asking if you ...
... and many people loved him and still do plus I guess there were others there just along for the ride.
Having not eaten and after all that walking, I was feeling hungry and ready for a late breakfast. I passed a small place that looked good. The guys inside were chopping up fresh onions and veg so I decided to give it a go. As I said, "I'll have a cheese burger", a little voice inside said, "You naughty boy", so I declined the fries ...
... avoid the toll back over the bridge. A U-turn solved the problem and we were back on track.
Much of the drive south was on the Taconic parkway which started as 2 lanes each way with a lovely green belt beside and between the roads. Later the road widened to 3 lanes each way. Sometimes the the roads were close together, just separated by a barrier but for much of the time there was a green belt. It was surprising just how green the area was. We ...