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Travel Blogs from Queens Village
... York at around 6.30pm, catching a glimpse of Manhattan as we came in to land. Disembarking we finally caught up with Dave's good friend Monica Saunders, and her two young boys Eric Jnr and Charlie. It was so good to see Monica again - she had known of our plans to visit for several years, so to see her again after twenty years was fantastic. Monica piled us all into her car and drove us ...
... to check it out. Lunch more than covered us for all meals that day. Sensational Italian food.
A trip to NY wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Little Italy and China Town. Both districts were bustling with people from all cultures.
... playing dominoes, checkers, chess on every corner. We saw people with speakers and a PA system rivalling those one might find at a justin beiber concert, just blarin Jay-z and dancin around. Incredible.
Back at Will's i sorted my stuff out, said bye to him and headed to the metro to et to the port authority bus terminal. What a pathetically run establishment this bus terminal is. You would think ...
... are the second wealthiest church after the Vatican. It must be all the money they get from owning all the buildings along Wall Street. They also have the largest pane glass window in America, second in the world after Notre Dame.
Grants Tomb is the least visited presidential grave. I found this fact very sad seeing as he is on the $50 bill. Ulysses S Grant is the 18th president of the united states and is buried beside his wife Julia.
... the mexican store gave us her umbrella to hail a taxi. Mike and Matt took turns in the pouring rain to try get one. Eventually matt brought home the bacon and got one. The four girls took the taxi back to our hotel and when we arrived we found the boys inside walking back from our second floor bar. They bought umbrellas for 12 dollars and beat us by walking home. You got to love NYC.
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220-16 Jamaica Avenue, Queens Village | 2 star hotelfrom $93