Comfort Inn At LaGuardia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for me that it has been a novelty (when you take out the disappointment of the NBA game). I love walking in the snow and feel it crunching under my feet. Snowflakes actually have shapes - Andy took photos of Hannah's beanie and the flakes do look like what you see in cartoons. I have attached one of Andy's photos to this blog where you can see the flake shapes. So we will see what the morning ...
... Street, where the music was again first-class, with an Arvo Part organ prelude, and Palestrina Hodie Christus Natus Est Mass and motet. The homily was also memorable! Rev Dr Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones is a member of the Trinity Wall St (Episcopalian) team, a Jamaican and former Jesuit priest and missionary, and 'loves to write and talk Liberation Theology', according to his biog. He is also a charismatic speaker, and without any notes, gave what must have been a ...
... Santas everywhere, sheep...donkeys.... camels... and at the end it snowed on us! The Rockettes were beautiful and such brilliant dancers.... the march of the toy soldiers was brilliant. Loved the whole show so so much. After the show we went to the Rockefeller Christmas tree and watched the iceskaters.... even saw a guy propose! So beautiful in that area with the decorations, the gorgeous tree and Christmas music. Just such a magical ...
Sunday was a lovely crisp if windy day with a top of 7 degrees. Its New York Marathon day today I was heading across the river to Brooklyn where they hold their weekly flea market. Well that's what I thought I was doing and headed off route in head, found my subway, sorted my weekly pass and onto the train I hopped.
When I got out of the station in Brooklyn there was a sea of people as I had stumbled upon the New York Marathon. This was no ...
... other stops. For now we're leaving America behind us for a week and a bit in Canada. We decided to make the trip by train and while I type this we're passing vast stretches of water, fields and forests full of autumn touched trees just as we hoped. Lea and I are very much looking forward to what Montreal may have to offer. Personally, I'm looking forward to maple syrup, seeing Mounted Police, some Ice Hockey and perhaps ...