BEST WESTERN JFK Airport Hotel
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... to haunt us all the way to baggage claim, like banshees on the prowl. After becoming thoroughly familiar with the elevator system at JKF, while hauling two carts full of luggage, we were able to put the bags into storage and make our way out to the hotel shuttle at 1 a.m. After arriving at the Holiday Inn, we were informed that our reservations were at the Holiday Inn Express, 20 minutes away. 45 minutes later we were finally taken to the right hotel by a Russian driver ...
... has never been snowed upon. Having secured our subway 7 day pass our next stop is The World Trade Centre Memorial. Very tastefully done but I think the line is blurred between a memorial and a tourist attraction. The snowflakes are getting a bit larger and Sioux is getting excited wanting yet another photo of her standing in the snow. After lunch the snow is really starting to get heavy so I suggest Central Park is the place to be. The ...
... to see if there were any left. HA! How naive or stupid we looked, so One Direction were performing which of course meant 11 yr old girls had been queuing for the past two days for these tickets, rocking up half an hour before sound check good plan girls. In summary, we were out of luck so decided to find something else to do. Having a quick glance at the Rockerfella tree, Sacs Fifth Av and other little bits we were completely overwhelmed with NYC! For the first day I think ...
... stormy weather. Whilst I felt rather nauseated I was lucking enough to keep my breakfast down, however some were not so lucky. After finally landing we were stuck on the Tarmac for some time whilst the Melbourne airport workers sheltered from the rain and lightning. Obviously not used to Tassie weather that lot. A little bit of tax free shopping, couldn't resist. ...
... out for hours & we are still talking about how incredible it was! The live backing band included members of Blondie & White Snake – lots of guitar string licking (I kid you not!) long blonde hair flicking (yes from the boys) & tight shiny leggings as pants. We have never seen anything like it that was NOT a fully staged arena rock concert and it was incredible! If you get the chance & are from our 'era’ then don’t miss it!