Extended Stay America - New York City - Laguardia Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After the high line trip, Hari and I were quite hungry and he decided to eat at an Indian restaurant. So we went to Little India, and tried Anjappar. The entrance was very welcoming and we could hear Tamil music, which added to the charm. Hari ordered a Biryani, which is what this restaurant is famous for while i ordered a Thali. Was very tasty and was so happy to have Indian dish, especially South Indian, after a long ...
... I was happy to snap some pictures and watch others enjoy it however. After that we walked down to Serendipity 3, the line up would be at least an hour and 40 minutes before we would be seated so we missed out on that too. I wasn't going to stand out in the cold for that long. We walked down the block and went to Dylan's Candy Bar instead. We built our own sundae inclusive of a piece of red velvet cake before jumping in a cab ...
... be able to get up the archives with no trouble.
Once pulled up into Tarrytown, a minibus arrives to chauffeur researchers across to the archive. Jump in, get settled and off we go! The journey to the Archive Center was very picturesque, including a number of lakes we passed by. In one there were a number of swans. There were your usual Mute Swan's about, but I think there was also a Trumpeter Swan. I could only see it for quite a distance, but its very black beak seemed ...
... since the move to Maine and probably the last for the next year). We had some documents we needed to make copies of and send off, so we ended up spending about an hour at Staples which left us with an hour to shower, call our families, suspend (my) phone service and drive to the airport. Driving through Queens to JFK was not as stressful as our attempt to get all 13 pieces of luggage to the ticketing counter (but we did it!). Here are the three reasons why I almost gave ...
... outs, can no longer afford to be in the area because it has become so hip and happening! While we are conspicuously standing on a street corner listening to Remy's dialogue about the Comedy Club, this random one-legged guy in an electric wheelchair crazily steers over towards us and points and laughs at us hysterically, then veers away again. I agree with him that we look pretty ridiculous and Remy doesn't miss a beat in his patter quipping that he is pleased someone finds ...