Country Inn & Suites NYC in Queens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
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... to Rockefeller Center to take some photos before getting the F train to Broadway/Lafayette so I could transfer to the 6 at Bleecker to Brooklyn Bridge. It started to rain but luckily I had my umbrella with me for the walk down to Front Street for dinner. Dinner tonight I dined early at Cowgirl Seahorse which is located in lower Manhattan on the East side not far from South Street Seaport. I wanted to eat fairly close to the seaport area since I planned on taking an evening cruise ...
... so we just looked at the sea. We spent a good two hours in the sunshine before walking inland to find a Starbucks and going home. We wandered to the Station and found another Taxi company who brought us back to the hotel to freshen up before bed. Tonight is an early night because we have an earlyish flight tomorrow morning to get across to San Francisco.
So today we saw the Atlantic, and tomorrow we head to the ...
... included accidentally sliding through elephant dung as you race to the tent for work), we loaded up into his convertible and made our way back to NYC.
The three of us ended up hanging out and walking around Glen's neighborhood in Manhattan. I was so envious of his accessibility to a great little neighborhood of local shops, diners, coffeehouses, and the subway. If I were to ever live in a big city again, this would be the area I'd do everything in ...