Courtyard by Marriott Republic Airport Long Island/Farmingdale
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Brooklyn to Long Island, a trip I've made many times, too many to count. We were headed to the graduation for another James Harley, my grand-nephew. But there was one more cemetery to see, which turned into two. And we also got to visit my nephew's farm on the North Fork of Long Island. There was also family to see, including 92-year old Aunt Irene …
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One thing instantly different from many places in Australia is the lack of hundreds of cyclists pestering you, ringing their bells and thinking they own the place. You just don't notice them here. They may still be around, but they are a different breed here in the US.
Marion of course loved the place, her favourite saying for this place ...
... trip to Starbucks (to get said tea) he didn't get asked if he wanted a 'Big Bus Tour' ride once; so 'obviously' this was because he now looked like a native New Yorker. Of course. We walked a few blocks to The Rockefeller Center & purchased our tickets for The Top of The Rock for later in the afternoon. Just enough time to stop for a 'cwarfee' - really getting into this accent now, before heading to another photographic delight on Tim's list; The New ...
Today I had to check out of the hotel and meet the girl that I am subletting my apartment from. I wasn't heading to Brooklyn until later that afternoon so I had the morning to discover more in the area. I did a little shopping at some boutiques and then ventured over to see the famous Flatiron building. Once I got there I saw another place on my must see list, Eataly. This place is the brain child of Mario Batali and is a ...
After a late start, another sunny day found us heading towards the USS Intrepid. An aircraft carrier built in 1943 and decommissioned in the late 70', Intrepid now forms the basis of a Maritime Museum in New York. Located at Pier 86 (I don’t know how we missed it yesterday), we had to get off the subway at 42nd street and walk towards the river.
Since we arrived in the US, Brad has ...