Fairfield Inn New York Long Island City/Manhattan View
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... lunch and a cocktail each before heading to our gate to see if we had made it onto the flight since we were on standby and we did. The weather in New York was rainy so that meant the flight from hell. Turbulence was intense and was by far the worst flight that Will or I had ever experienced. I was a little scared and tore half of the skin from Will's leg and hand but eventually we landed safely. We arranged for a car to ...
... found hard to believe, we were physically & emotionally drained.
Tim wanted to show me Battery Park, which, I must admit, I was skeptical about. According to Tim's pedometer, we'd already walked 8 miles & I was feeling it. Big time. In his usual style, he persuaded me into 'the short walk' to the water & I was pleasantly surprised. It was beautiful. We sat on a rock & watched the sunset & it really helped us ...
The early flight got in even earlier and we went through the formalities of the airport with ease. We got to the hotel shuttle and then the hotel within an hour and a half of landing.
We were now in New York with an afternoon free so we set off from the hotel towards the nearby shopping centre. There was not much there which interested us so we carried on and tried to find a train into New York.
When we finally got to ...
Due to monumental efficiency today (I hear you snorting in disbelief ) we have paced ourselves.
Breakfast at Pershing Square opposite Grand Central Station - partly to scope the place for tonight's meal (courtesy of Poppy and Noah Reeves who we looked after for a weekend when Pauline (my sister) and Tim went away to Turkey for the weekend) - but mostly because some Dolphin friends recommended it. Straight out of the movies for a wooden boot he'd leather ...
... an official rejection and instructions to begin all over again.
Besides the application, you need to submit a passport-sized photo of yourself and something in the area of $80. I went through a visa expediter called Travisa, having heard Indian visas were a tricky process and hoping they would help me out if anything went wrong (which they did not). In the past, Travisa used to have CKGS’s role in granting Indian visas, so I thought they would have extra insight ...