Comfort Inn At LaGuardia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... terribly exciting. The behind-the-scenes tour included a photo session in the actual chambers of the Security Council and a quick stop at an active General Assembly. It was pretty cool to see where all that stuff happens but honestly I can't really recommend the tour unless you are a super flags and/or geography geek like the girls. The headquarters wasn't readily accessible from the subway, so we walked there and back again. At 85 degrees, we were all pretty gross by ...
... the TV, but spent the better part of the next hour trying to figure out the 3 or 4 remotes .Not being successful in figuring out how to turn the channel, I was stuck with the movie channel, which happened to have "12 years a Slave". Brianna told me the movie was excellent so I watched it while I replaced my bag. I'm shocked at this crazy true story movie! so brutal and I was not prepared for ...
... everywhere for boots for Tracey ahead of the snow they say is coming. Very excited about prospect of snow after the disappointing lack of it in Zurich. On Sunday we took afternoon tea at the Plaza hotel in the Palm Court which was great. Cocktails, sandwiches, cake and scones with cream - what is not to like? The hotel is very grand, on the Park but it does not look like it did in Home Alone ...
... amazing orchestra and fabulous sets. A highlight for all of us.
Dec 27, our last day in New York. We began with an early visit to the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes and their amazing Christmas Spectacular. How lucky we feel seeing 2 absolutely brilliant shows in 2 days. Both very different and both a lifetime experience.(Janet, we were thinking of you!)
Lunch with the Halal Guys - ...
A warm, sunny Saturday meant brunch in Chelsea and a walk through the Meatpacking district. The sounds of the tyres on the old cobble stoned roads, the factories converted to upscale shops, Apple in an old Fire station, Sephora (visit number 9), Google, trendy cafes and boutique clothing stores. Just an amazing part of NYC.
After walking this area we entered the start of the high line. A unique park built along 25 or so blocks ...