Courtyard by Marriott JFK International Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott JFK International Airport Jamaica
Friendly welcome, great room, convenient food and bar. Great for an overnighter.
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... members to help correct the records for a more accurate history? I want my niece and nephew to be able to show their kids the name of their ancestor that came through Ellis Island and how are they going to do that if it is misspelled? She told me to wait about a month to check the database. She gave me a number to call if it wasn't changed. After all that, you better believe I'll be following up! I tried to shake off my encounter with this lady and ...
... from Pittsburgh who have been a great addition to our team. The first two days we had the privilege of serving the Madison York Senior Center, a high-rise community senior center within the Rego Park section of Queens. This center "allows residents to live an independent and fulfilling life with dignity". We have totally enjoyed our "work" which has included playing Wii bowling, chess, dominoes and other games with residents as well as attending the center's ...
... to get breakfast.. really great omelet and bulk coffee... you would think I liked the stuff with the quantities I have been drinking.. not so, the espresso machines are few and far between and there does not seem to have been any barrista training...
All seems on track... Then... Oh look!!! a Macey's.... my heart sinks... I'v seen that look before.
I trudge like a lamb to the slaughter into an enormous department store with a ...
... to the JFK International Airport was, as expected, emotional. After a short five weeks together, the time has come for us to part ways. The goodbye hugs and kisses (yes, there were multiple 'goodbyes') didn't get any easier, and after waving goodbye for the final time, Hayley went through to her boarding gate for her 17-hour flight to Hong Kong, and Owen returned to Avis to rent a car and drive two-and-a-half hours to Werminster, Pennsylvania. What's next for ...
... to Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge. It was a lovely walk on the upper carriageway over the cars. It was then time for lunch, food from Chinatown was on the menu. I craved rice and broiled meats or noodles or something Asian. The New Museum was very disappointing. There were only two of the five floors open, there was one floor with an interesting exhibit and the other had an interactive thingy. Also ...