Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... on the last sector of our round the world air ticket. Rain delayed our departure from Newark, so we missed our connection in Dallas for Phoenix. The only flight we had a problem with in our travels was the last one to Phoenix! Fortunately we only arrived a couple of hours late.
Our blog would’t be complete without a recap of our journey. We are back in Scottsdale. Arizona which is where this adventure began in February. Over the past 4 months we have logged lots of ...
... wander through SoHo... Finishing with a visit to our favourite Chinese restaurant in China town... This morning a quick Yum Cha breakfast.... And off to the airport... A little bit of drama on the way back to the hotel, with a fire in the next street, so of course we have to report the news to our Aussie friends, and take photos... Next update - Las Vegas.... ...
... and photography are stunning, but so is the building. I was lucky enough to have a free tour of the building, and learn about its fabulous history, visiting the National Archives too, and also discovered why you go through a rigorous security check to enter the building - it's HQ for the Department of Homeland Security, and the Coastguard. We didn't get to tour those floors! Wednesday morning was an even earlier start. We had to be at the Lincoln Centre Box Office to ...
... and weak tea for a couple of days, I was able to make an afternoon journey ( a 2 minute walk) with Hilary and George to Anjelika Cinema to see The Imitation Game, a terrific film about mathematician Alan Turing and his efforts to crack the Enigma Code. It's a lovely old cinema, generally showing more of the art house range, and the film was very engaging. More than 20 years ago, George and I came to New York for our first visit, bringing with us his two young daughters, Liz ...
... security guard where the bathroom is and bobs your uncle...no ticket sassy! So I have a lovely day looking round for free, I shouldn't brag - is very immoral but.... The Met is gigantic!!! My favorite bit was looking at all the Van Goghs that I've seen in print and Monets. I looked through all the Rembrandts to see if their were any of my name sake but their wasn't. Right at the top of the building their is a roof garden ...