Extended Stay America - Long Island - Melville
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... as typically Cypriot, a ground pork, onion, and spice mixture
called Shieftalia rolled in a flatbread sandwich with Tzatziki.
The main part of Long Island City across the Queensboro
Bridge from Manhattan and centered around Queens Plaza and Court Square stops
on the subway lines to Manhattan nowadays looks like a scene from China. The
amount of new office and residential construction in the neighborhood is quite
astounding. I don’t think ...
... I stood in the rain for a few minutes. I saw Mickey Mouse, cabs playing jingles bells with their horns, Jewish kids singing (it's Hanukah), news crews interviewing protestors, kids marveling at the lights of Toys R Us, dazed tourists lost in the headlights, locals with their heads down beating a path home. Just a melting pot of the human race.
Thanks NYC, stay well until nex ...
... any of the three adorable kittens that were in the window, but I bet they went home with someone before the day was over. We were headed to the New York Transit Museum and didn't have pockets big enough for kittens.
The New York Transit Museum is located in the defunct, but still technically active (the tracks are still there and the third rail still live, so they could use it if they needed to) Court Station in Brooklyn. (One thing ...
Our first stop off the bus was the Rockefeller Centre. We did what they call The Top of the Rock. We went up to the Observation Deck. Pretty impressive. Fantastic views of New York. Great photo opportunities.
Our next stop was the Empire State Building. Think 'A Affair to Remember' and 'Sleepless in Seattle'. Although Rockefeller is newer I felt the Empire was more ...
... called Del Frisco's Gillie the was amazing I cant describe how good it was, I had the Triple Treat-Burger, Fries, Shake it was delicious and only cost me $23.95 and was located at 50 Rockefeller Plz, Ste H, New York, NY 10020,
Rockefeller Center is located on
30 Rockefeller Plaza