Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport / Astoria
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We pretty much only slept here but the breakfast was good and I had no complaints about anything.
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... a wait to skate so we decided to try again another time. Instead we enjoyed watching the couples, families, and the odd individuals skate to their own rhythm. We continued on to Times Square to take in the hustle and bustle that New York is renowned for. The bill boards, the neon lights, the people and the sounds were overwhelming. After deciding we needed to fill our bellies we walked around and found a traditional American steakhouse for our feast! We wandered ...
It was great to be able to visit my nephew Alastair, his wife Amber and their three month old daughter Isla in Brooklyn. My brother Phil and his wife Jayne were also visiting and so it was good quality family time. After heading back into Manhatten late at night, Livy and I visited the Rockerfeller Center including the breathtaking New York skyline from the 'Top of the Rock' viewing platform at the highest part of the GE ...
... of the 9/11 atrocity at Ground Zero. The memorial water displays with all the names of the victims are on the footprint of the original towers and are a poignant reminder of that awful day. The 'museum' is truly excellent and sensitively presented including some of the remaining infrastructure from the World Trade Centre. The evening was spent soaking up the atmosphere in the fabulous Times Square area close to Broadway where all the theatre shows are ...
Back in 1978, during my university vacation, I travelled to the USA with my great pal Nick Mudge and we spent several weeks touring the States on Greyhound buses. We met an American in the queue for Skytrain tickets at Gatwick and he kindly put us up at his house in New York. His name is Toby Gilchrist and we have stayed in touch for 36 years. Today I got to meet up again in his city - truly memorable. He is ...
... people in the park, some were running, some were bike riding and others were walking. It was the start of the Labour Day weekend, the weather was beautiful as it has been since we arrived in New York. We had a picnic lunch in the Park before returning our bikes to the hire place near the park.
We then walked to Pier 78 at 38th St and 12th Ave. We took the Midtown 90 minute cruise which takes in most of Manhattan's skyline and allows you to see both sides of ...