Days Inn Hicksville

Address: 828 S Oyster Bay Rd/I-495, Hicksville, New York, 11801, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 828 S Oyster Bay Rd/I-495, Hicksville, is near Ali Mountain (Alishan), Old Westbury Gardens, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and Old Bethpage Village Restoration.
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      Staniel Cay's Thunderball Grotto; on a Budget

      A travel blog entry by sophiedewinter on Dec 15, 2014

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      Thunderball Grotto in the Exumas, is a hair-raisingly beautiful dive spot. The underwater maze located on Staniel Cay is enclosed by sky-high cave ceilings. Dazzling beams of light some streaming through openings in the rock formations and create surrealistically gorgeous visuals.

      You can take a boat here, or at low tide its possible to swim/walk over to it from the (Staniel Cay) Yacht Club. Once there you can wade around to the entrance and walk through the ...

      New York transition to Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 19, 2014

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      Pressure was on to have the car back to NY by 4:00pm and have dropped off the luggage at Laguardia ready for the next day's plane trip. We have learnt that no matter how long the time traffic says that it is not enough. We had 6 hours, sat nav said 4 and the car was charged $54 for every over due hour.
      Off we set via Arlington and on to the turnpike to NY.


      In the Big Apple

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... families lived there full time. It then became automated. Now they run tours there on occasional Saturdays.

      We crossed the Hudson River on the Rip Van Winkel Bridge. No idea why it was called that. Has a toll of $1.50 but only one way. On to Poughkeepsie where we walked across the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. It was a railway bridge which was converted to a pedestrian bridge some time ago. The bridge section is 1.3 miles long and ...

      Its a long way to NYC

      A travel blog entry by kimitalia on Jul 26, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Well today has been the longest 26th July. Dramas at the airport with Tiff in row 69 and Kim in row 41 .... Kim tackled the supervisor, Tiff cried and we got our seat changes done. Good team BFF's! Small delay in takeoff but finally up in the air after 1hour. Scotch all round and friends with Hansen our new flight buddy. After Tiff saw the pilot she is quite happy to go back to her original seat ...

      Summer 2014 Trip Recap (US Version)

      A travel blog entry by koppers on Jun 20, 2014

      ... We bought tickets to Cancun and then onward to Havana, choosing to spend a few days in Mexico on the way back. With the last piece of the puzzle finally in place, our plans were set in stone and summer was ready to roll on.

      As usual, I have far, far, far too many pictures and scribblings to get through, so this entry is meant to serve as a quick rundown of the places in the US we stopped along the way. All the other goodies will follow at some point in ...