Holiday Inn Express Hotel LaGuardia Airport
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The last time we traveled internationally with kids was in April. We had a 10 month old and a newly minted 2 year old. Baby C wasn't yet sleeping through the night and was still nursing - both pretty huge draws on this mama's energy. And we weren't sure how to get the 2 year old to go to sleep. This usually resulted in the answer that he didn't. …
... New York go about its business! We are told that we are lucky and the weather is v pleasant for NYC in the summer because whilst its hot there is low humidity and a nice breeze. The bus took us downtown thru time square, soho, Greenwich village and Wall Street and then to battery park where we got on the ferry to the Statue of Liberty. V v hot and busy and the trip admin hadn't stretched as far as getting tickets to go up to ...
... and dodging through a sea of people, we made our to the Frick Museum, passing by the famous strawberry fields. The Frick Museum was full of extraordinary art works from all over the world, including three of the 34 works by Vermeer. From here we made our way to the most famous train station in the world. Central Station. Witnessing the beautiful architecture that held this master piece together was amazing. From the pillars, to the detailed ...
... At $12 it was a bargain price for NYC. Although, after the first exhibit, perhaps not. Snow Leopard was nowhere to be seen. Even the animals demand tips. We found the polar bear, he was happy, so too were the penguins. There was a red panda bear, much smaller than the giant panda, and we used the flash on the camera. We finished off with the sea lion show. It was time....it was Yankee time. Off to Yankee Stadium. ...
... it showed us most of Manhattan - from Soho, Noho, to Greenwich, Chelsea and Harlem. The fantastic commentary meant that we were able to learn the migration history of all these places. We even made it over the bridge to see the Bronx and the Yankee Stadium. It was on one of the buses that the tour guide informed us that Puerto Rico day was coming up and that "everybody is Puerto Rican on Puerto Rico day!" As luck turned out we did get to see the Puerto Rico day parade ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
The staff is extremely nice but extremely slow. Breakfast is decent with hot options. Would stay again.
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