Comfort Inn Flushing
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... for. As I was getting ready to pay for the case another sales assistant/hustler wants to show me the latest electronic device that projects movies/photos or anything else from phones or tablets and computers wirelessly. Sioux said that would be great for when I do presentations and it's a tax deduction. That got my attention. The reason Kate is to blame for me handing over $1500 US (including a Swiss Army pocket knife) is the night before she emailed me the sales for Duke Medical for ...
My home for three nights on this trip into New York was the
Q4 Hotel/Hostel at Queens Plaza in Long Island City. I tend to be very stingy
when it comes to paying for accommodation even if I’ll do an occasional splurge
on dinner and drinks. I’m used to using hostels when I travel overseas in more
expensive countries like those in Europe, and have come to realize in recent
years that New York has some such decent options as well that ...
... lying out ready for collection looked magical, covered as they were, with a clean layer of snow. We walked and walked, covering block after block as we did daily, but quickly grew cold as the temperature had plummeted and was well below zero. We ducked into a subway and popped up again in Times Square, looking even more beautiful in its layer of snow. Meeting our friend Lizz at the Empire State Building, we were stunned at the lack of people queuing ...
... to do on Christmas in NYC. Luckily we had bought tickets to see Into the Woods yesterday as the show was sold out. Wowzas this cinema was huge with at least 500 seats!! Despite being a musical film, which at first was a little intense on the hungover head, it was a fab film. Definitely an experience with people clapping and cheering throughout in true American style. After failing to go ...
... towards Broadway with the vague intention of finding Times Square. As we had been told, Times Square is very small; narrow and long we thought, but didn't have time to check its size as the tide of nations passed by. It was busy, as usual, I suppose. We had to run the gauntlet of several "street artists", including Batman and Robin, the Statute of Liberty, sundry Disney characters and one young lady with a painted Stars and Stripes across her chest and no clothes. Steph stopped me ...