Country Inn & Suites NYC in Queens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Vandaag onze eerste hele dag in The Big Apple.
Gisteren na een goede vlucht en een trip met het openbaar vervoer in het hotel aangekomen. Kamer is wat aan de kleine kant, maar ziet er prima uit. Vanuit onze kamer, die op de 5e verdieping ligt, hebben we uitzicht op Manhattan en de Queensboro Bridge. Deze zijn we gisteren al te voet …
... and bridges of note along the way. We had great seats upstairs and the hot sun was stifling as we waited to begin, but once we were on our way it was simply spectacular. Led by our extremely knowledgeable and humorous tour guide, it was a great way to spend an hour and a half - we got some spectacular photos of the NY skyline, including the Chrysler Building, Empire statute Building, the Freedom Tower, the Brooklyn Bridge, United Nations building ...
... had & I never thought I would or could get that excited over eggs & maple syrup. But not together. Because that's just not British.
Luckily, we managed to fathom out the subway. Even more surprisingly, I coped better than my City boy husband it seemed. We shared a train with a group of excitable South American ladies & their dad; who asked US if they were on the right train(?!) Seriously. Was expecting them to ...
... great place to sprook your talents, lie and sunbake, areas for children to play saying " adults cannot enter unless with a child" and of course the dog playground. Our dogs don,t know how good life is for them. We were very trendy eating the latest craze( no longer macaroons or cupcakes but...) popgelatos, popsorbetos and popyoghurts. All those things frozen on sticks with toppings and coverings of your choosing. We are masters of ...
After a serious catch up on sleep last night, we ventured out about midday. First stop was the Bleeker street market in the village with all its strange little curios. After a slow amble through the market, we ventured to the High Line in the old Meat packing district. This is an elevated disused rail line which has been reused as an urban park. Lots of greenery and art incorporated into the design. Well work the walk. From there it was off towards Times Square, but first ...