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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... a famous one originally in Little Italy. Vincent's. We had a wonderful dinner there and continued to enjoy our day with them. Finally, it was time to head back to Manhattan and prepare for our trip home on Amtrak. What a finish to a great week.
The next morning we packed up and headed for Penn Station where we boarded the Amtrak Silver Star and our return to our beautiful Solivita. Again, a wonderful journey. We are so blessed.
... pieces dotted through and the gravel path running through the middle offering views of the street and avenues from a different perspective. The whole thing was done one so well. Met with Charlie and kellen for lunch at a Vietnamese restaurant that we ate at before then walked round Greenwich village looking at all the random shops like the vintage ...
... placed sign drew her into a sunglasses store where she bought a pair that made her face feel right again.
Then a antique store on the way to Bedford street and Mim scored a beautiful antique ring.
Found Bedford, more shopping, more Mim stores than mine but she found a ripper store for some skirts and dresses.
Down 11th street to the Brooklyn brewery. OMG soccer World ...
... the lucky ones you had a whole body to bury. There were only 160 of the 2900 who died. We then walked to the two memorials and finished out tour. We got to keep our headphones as part of the fee we paid. If anyone wants to listen to it, we have it. The memorials are two large square water features that has all the names around it. The amazing and nice thing about it, is that family member names were put together and friends etc. They have built one trade center building of ...
... dash to change platforms earlier. Andrew was very patient as I walked from one end of the station to the other, in fact he became the spotter. The one I really wanted to see was the crocodile dragging the man under the manhole cover. We headed into another part of the station for the L line I think but rush hour was starting and I didn’t want to get in the way of commuters so we headed back to the uptown A C E platform. I did get to ...