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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We woke up eaaaarrrllly! 4:30am in order to make it to the Today Show taping. The taping was fun. We shook the hands of Matt, Al and Natalie. They didn't come outside much, but we did see wrangler and he's a cutie. We realized that we had left the bus tickets at the hotel. Now most companies have a way of dealing with this, but not Big Bus. My one complaint about them. Mark and to trek back to the hotel to ...
We did sleep in a little while today but not much. We got on the right train today :) We hopped on the bus again at Times Square. This time we headed uptown. We saw all the beautiful museums and plan on going back to them tomorrow or Friday. Our tour guide pointed out where all the celebrities lived, but we haven't seen one yet... We visited the plaza hotel, most famous in my world for home alone 2! We ate in their ...
Astoria and Long Island City, the westernmost neighborhoods
in Queens directly across the East River from Manhattan might well be
considered part of an emerging Greater Manhattan. There used to be a clear
dividing line along the rivers between Manhattan below 96th Street,
the posh and trendy part of New York where the cool and hip and rich and artsy
lived and the rest of the city where the less cool people who made that ...
... ever. A short video below captures some of the atmosphere.
Dinner was at Dallas BBQ restaurant on 42nd street. An all American experience. Steak, Shrimp, fries and onions. All brown food and all surprisingly good. The steak was fantastic, succulent and great flavour.
More about the Hotel (Waldorf Astoria) in a later post, for now I'm off to experience more of the city that does not sleep.
Today Livy and I set off to explore the sights of New York. Our trip took us on the Staten Island Ferry to see the Statue of Liberty which as a free service must rank as one of the most spectacular free tourist attractions anywhere in the world! We were accompanied by an armed coastguard boat on both of our journeys which added a little more excitement to the morning. After looking around Wall Street and the Stock Exchange area in downtown, we made our way to ...