Comfort Inn At LaGuardia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for human and for Horses. Each Gallery was themed/decorated to reflect the period or style of the artefacts on display and each gallery was huge. The American History Gallery for instance had a full sized 1800s house with rooms you could tour through. This opened j to a huge courtyard with statuary and other items. It was actually a bit overwhelming - there was so much to see, it was impossible to take it all in, yet you felt guilty not taking the time to look at it all. We ...
... s princesses. Unfortunately I thought it started at 8, but it started at 7, so I was late. Luckily it seemed to be mostly singing and not a lot of a storyline so I could still catch on. It was funny. It finished at about 8.45 and I went to Times Square to meet the others. Because they were still at Stephen and Brian's place I wandered around Times Square. I came across the Minskoff Theatre where the Smash "Bombshell" concert was ...
... Pedestal or Crown, as tickets for these are very limited and need to be booked at least 3 months in advance (so I was told). However, it was great to finally see the Statue up close. I hit the gift shop briefly to have a look and make a small purchase, before heading back to the line for the ferry. I timed it right, only a short wait before we were underway for Ellis Island. Ellis Island is the Immigration Museum and was the first stop for all new migrants ...
... as did the key lime pie that followed. Work colleagues will be familiar with my obsession of the thought of bacon brownies. Perhaps melon bacon cheeseburgers might have a future. Where's Delia?
Although I was sorry not to meet up with Martin, who was otherwise engaged in driving his second son back to Uni in Los Angeles (and UK parents complain about their 'Uni runs'!), it was great to catch up with Jim, who, ...
... out the Alice in Wonderland statue, then Wollman Rink and The Dairy. You really have to be in Central Park, and look around at the tall buildings on the outside to really appreciate the peace inside - though at times it did feel like we were in something like a snowglobe, tiny specks that others were watching from outside and above. What must it be like to live with a view of the park, almost fairy tale I'll bet. Here in the middle of the busy island, was a ...