Fairfield Inn New York LaGuardia Airport/Flushing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator 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
... to see and do, joining us on our adventures and adding into them an element of fun, great companionship and shared memories. She is one hell of a "Yankee friend" and our trip and our lives have been made all the richer through meeting her again and spending time in her company. Her generosity of spirit and amazing organisational skills have been awesome and we have had "a riot" together on the streets of New York. She is one classy lady who sure knew how to show us a good ...
... Central Park and then afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Apparently the views from the Lobby Lounge on the 35th floor over Central Park and uptown Manhattan were stunning. They whiled away the hours chatting and drinking champagne whilst the city moved from day into night. It’s fair to say that both of them were full, happy and relaxed after their visit and Dad and I were a tiny bit ...
... the floor!! We docked at Elis Island to let some people visiting there off and then returned to Battery Park. After we disembarked from the boat Dale navigated us to the Ground Zero memorial site. On previous visits we have seen this area in different stages of construction, from clean up stage to new construction stage. There is still a lot of construction going on in the area, but the memorial is completed. The deep foundations in the ground left by the ...
We walked to and on the High Line afterwards. If you’ve never heard of this or done it, it’s absolutely amazing. An abandoned raised railbed lay empty for decades on the West Side. It used to serve the meatpacking district which left town in the 70’s or so. About a decade ago, activists in the neighborhood convinced the city to make it a raised urban park. It has beautiful landscaping and winding paths and you’re 2 ...