Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport/Flushing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... one of New York’s multiple
Chinatowns. I’ve read Flushing has significant Indian and Korean populations
too, but to me the downtown area seemed overwhelmingly Chinese. So when did
Shea Stadium get ripped down and replaced by Citi Field? That probably happened
some years ago, but was not something I was aware of until I rode the subway
past Citi Field and saw no sign of Shea Stadium. Shows you how much I know
... windows. We looked at Bergdoff Goodman's, Macy's, Bloomingdales, Barneys, Tiffany, De Beers and Cartier. Check out the photos. We also passed the Apple Store, the Plaza Hotel and a number of landmarks along Fifth avenue.
We popped into a couple of shops, the crowds were much thinner, but it was 11pm by this stage. I spoke to a couple of exhausted shop workers, they were over Black Friday by this stage.
Tomorrow we plan a quieter day with a stroll around Central ...
Rapid City turned out to be quite a big area with a few kids friendly spots around. We we're all just big kids at heart! So before we left we checked out Bear Country USA, a drive through animal park. Had some pretty cool animals, including 50+ black bears and a grizzly! ...
... There is also one tree in the memorial grounds which is different from all the rest. it is a Callery Pear tree while all the others are Swamp White Oaks. This pear tree was found by workers after 9/11, a damaged 8 foot tall stump in the debris. It was nursed back to health and grew to be 30 feet, sprouting new branches and flowering in spring. It is currently supported by temporary guide wires.
Another train ride took us to Midtown where we bought lunch at Chelsea ...
... camera with you (although the steps were so narrow I wouldn't have wanted to take anything else). The top of the Crown is an extremely restricted space however it provides a great view back to Manhattan and Ellis Island but most importantly a unique view of her tablet and torch. Back down on the ground, I just enjoyed walking around her taking in the sheer size and marvelling how they ever got her to stand upright in the first place. Back on ...