Courtyard by Marriott LaGuardia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from East Elmhurst
... the sheep paddock and the old dairy! Must watch the enchanted movie as lots of Central Park in it. Great to see the Dakota building where Yoko Ono lives .... strange building but great position next to Central Park. Enchanted - Amy Adams Back on the Subway to Soho for our lipstick freeby and of course more shopping. Found great shop called Anthropology .... I think the ...
... I could deal with that. Before I got through much of the building I decided that maybe I should get some lunch at M. Wells Dinette. I heard about this place on Bizarre Foods when the episode was about the outer boroughs of NYC. This place was worth the trip. Of all the quirky, hipster places I've been to, this one takes the taco for quirkiest. My waiter was guy, was wearing jorts, and had is hair in a messy bun on his head. The restaurant is set up ...
TIME CHECK: 0636 - more like lunchtime for us!. Up since 0430 - coffee made in our little kitchenette. American appliances are solid and I think slightly retro. Our room upgrade was well worth the extra and we have a lounge, kitchenette and balcony which from the 22nd floor gives us a fantastic view from West to East Manhattan. You can just see the Hudson River to the left and across to the East River the other way. MISSION: Jump on the Subway at Penn Station down ...
... shoulders with the celebrities.
It's like my body just doesn't want to sleep, a continuous stream of energy is shone on me, and although my body is telling me to rest, my soul says the complete opposite. There's that feeling I was looking for...
I dress a little edgier, my hair cut has never been more military short, and I talk ...
... first experience of the subway and caught the No. 1 train all the way to the end of Manhattan-South Ferry line and found our way to the ferry terminal for the trip to the Statute of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Trips to the Crown are booked out until July but we had booked a space up to the pedestal which allowed us to climb over 200 stairs and see some great views. But we particularly enjoyed the Immigration Museum which tells about the many immigrants ...