Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport/Flushing
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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... the Jewish museum as well as explored the beautiful architecture of this magnificent house.
We caught the bus home along Fifth Avenue and took it easy for an hour before we headed out to Park Avenue for dinner at Park Avenue Winter. A restaurant that changes its name and menu with the season. We were here last year when it was called Park Avenue Autumn.
We enjoyed scallops and steak and duck. But dessert was the highlight. I had a work of art, ...
Great sleep, just what I needed. Alarm set, for 7am, preparing for an early wake up tomorrow morning. Easy day today, need to stay off my feet as much as possible, as my legs are already a bit sore from all our shopping and exploring. Starbucks for breakfast, they have free wifi, so good time for catching up with everyone as our accommodation wifi which we paid for is really ******, it's just so frustrating we barely use it now. We've decided to ...
We were far too tired last night to make any attempt at blogging and podcasting. So here I am at 6.50am ready to give you a glimpse of yesterday. Yesterday was a bit of an emotional roller coaster - mind you, that means nothing really given that I've cried every day we've been here! It's all too wonderful. We started the day with a ride on the subway. We were so thrilled when we arrived at Ground Zero in one piece, having mastered the subway ...
... s life choices over the years. She had to pay for an engagement present, a wedding present, the wedding weekend, and three baby showers, all totaled to nearly $2,000. When I was planning this trip (which may very well be a midlife crisis trip as my friend Amy pointed out a few months ago that we are halfway to 70), I had to stop telling people about it because their reactions were making me angry. My greatest friends were all thrilled for me ...
... taking the stroller on our adventures. Whenever I go overseas I am reminded of two things; 1. That everything in Australia (well NSW at least) is regularly maintained and updated so that everything feels new. Everywhere else in the world I have visited has really old and dirty airports and trains stations - with the exception of Hong Kong. 2. That there are very few accommodations for disabled or stroller wheedling people. We had discussed that taking a stroller would be near ...