BEST WESTERN Jamaica Inn
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... be romantic to show Sioux Rockefeller Centre at night in the snow/blizzard. Even caught a cab to get there as the snow is covering up the street names and we were worried we might get lost. It would have been romantic apart from the frost bite and partial snow blindness. We want somewhere to eat close to home so it's off to Applejacks for dinner. I think I've found my comfort zone. Big day coming up tomorrow as we have booked a helicopter ...
... really cold morning - lips turned a bluish tinge and my gloves which are overkill at home were useless. Our faces were stinging from the cold! Kinda cool though.... walking through Central Park on a cold sunny December day. We met Emily on the walk and afterwards the 3 of us decided to warm up and get some food at Wholefoods. Emily had her first Wholefoods experience and think it's fair to say she liked it :-) The 3 of us then wandered along the ...
... gifts, cash & mojito flavoured GF cupcakes – thanks team I loved it all! Unbeknownst to the group I had been stalking one of those clutch purses that charge your mobile as you use the bag (but refused to pay the ransom!)..it’s way cool & every chick should have one…and now I do as it was my B/day pressie!..I have used it a lot already but need to scotch guard it to protect the leather.
So all up, I had the perfect Birthday - ...
... to our hotel - of course just as the rain stops. We shared the elevator up to our room with a mother and son who had a great smelling bag of food for dinner from a place called the Shake Shack. We googled the store when we got back to our room, and it turned out it was right around the corner. When we got to the store though, the queue was out the door!
Instead, we walked down the street and found a place called Uno Chicago. It's kind of like a ...
... Yeah, what do you want?" you know you're paying for it. The hotel is just around the corner, as they say, from JFK. In fact, you could see the airport from our window. But getting there was a bit tricky. It is on Conduit Blvd. which parallels the Belt Parkway, one of the key east-west parkways from Brooklyn, though Queens to the outer counties of Long Island, Nassau and Suffolk. But you can't just cross the Belt. You have to find ...