- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the steering column was opened up, which we could only assume was from when the car was stolen and hotwired. ANYWAYS... Despite this being a travel service, and everyone nowadays has a smartphone with a GPS or google maps, the driver really wasn't sure the best way to get to JFK and wanted directions (even though this is his job - I can't imagine showing up to work one day and saying to one of my customers "hey, I'm ...
Today was a pretty lazy day...had a sleep in which was amazing. Although my body clock is all out of sync...went to bed at around 11pm and woke up at 1am with my body on Australian time thinking I'd just had an afternoon nap. Now it's 8.30pm Monday night and I'm sitting on the lounge in my pjs eating a punnet of raspberries from Whole Foods. Yes I'm going to eat the whole punnet...I love raspberries so much and they are $2 here...super food at ...
... one off's. There is tunnel that has been made into an open restaurant, it's. lol and we are taken by it. Dumbo must be the place for people with money, as this little hideaway oozes money from its bricks. The park is filled with children's laughter, jazz music plays in the background. There he sits all alone but with inner contentment, happy he is sitting surrounded by the thing he loves the most - animals. The pigeon man as I called him. ...
... A Grey Catbird posed for us. A fisherman's path led over sand dunes to a beach at the north end of the spit. The sun came out to reveal a breathtaking view of New York City. A pair of ospreys were fishing, while some fishermen examined a stranded yacht in the foreground. Surreal!
We took more photos of the lighthouse in the sun, then decided to head south along the NJ shore to see if we could ...
... way up into the Bronx to 186th. The Brook is the name of the Common ground building there and they are in their 5th year of operation. This is a particularly rough neighbourhood so getting the buy in of the community as well as managing the significant challenges of the neighbourhood has been paramount. When asked how they achieved this in the main, there was one attributable answer - his name is Felix and he is an ex-policeman who worked in narcotics. Their first ...