Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport/Flushing

Address: 28-66 College Point Blvd, Flushing, New York, 11354, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 28-66 College Point Blvd, Flushing, is near USTA National Tennis Center, Louis Armstrong House, Flushing Town Hall, and Bowne House Historical Society.
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      Travel Blogs from Flushing

      An elevated walk on the tracks - High Line

      A travel blog entry by akshaytrenzy on Dec 07, 2014

      One of the best trips among all the places that i have been around New York. An elevated railway platform track that has been converted to a pathway with grasses on either side. Hari and me started our trip from the 23rd street and went all the way ...

      Stumbling across things

      A travel blog entry by samanthahain on Nov 02, 2014

      5 photos

      ... to go to in New Jersey to watch the sun go down over Manhattan. Best bus routes to see the most of Manhattan, the current off the radar theatre shows to see and where to but the tickets and some local sites
      She asked my what I was doing downtown - ie being her in the Lower East Side. She seemed surprised that I was staying in this part of town. Now that I think of it I haven't seen many tourists if any at all. Certainly international people ...

      Welcome to Harlem

      A travel blog entry by rubyredlips on Oct 09, 2014

      ... stop for a while and look around the hospital ruins. 'It looks familiar' says Tony. We speak with the guy standing outside the gates and he smiles and confirms it is indeed the ruins in the Spider-Man movie. Tony's face lights up. He can't wait to tell Lewis. We leave Roosevelt feeling very relaxed. I swear I could live there but Tony ain't too keen, he thinks IRS too quiet for him - my how things have changed. We begin to head back to the hotel to pick our tickets up for the ...

      Strawberry Fields Forever.

      A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Aug 30, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... That's right most of New York is an island. I didn't know that and I would have thought my friend Stephen Fitzpatrick might have filled me in on that fact.

      New York was originally called New Amsterdam. It was only after the English took over from the Dutch that it's name was changed to New York, after the Duke of York, the brother of the King at the time.

      Once again we saw the Empire State Building but from a different vista. It is hard to believe that ...

      Brooklyn Bridge and the High Line

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 14, 2014

      21 photos

      ... do not do the views of Lower Manhattan and the Manhattan Bridge justice. There was quite a lot of graffiti along the walkway but not much of it was nasty. Our initial plan was to walk the bridge and pick up the Brooklyn loop of the hop-on-hop-off bus on the other side, however the walk across did not take long and looking at the stops on the loop there didn't seem to be much to see on the Brooklyn side so we turned around ...