Fairfield Inn Syosset Long Island
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Now empty, the doors close... And then open! And off we go again! The stupid train must have had a malfunction as now it just couldn't leave and was blocking all the next trains from arriving! So we had to walk 15 blocks back to the apartment with all the food. Some fajitas and apple pie with ice cream later we packed up and got ready to leave in the morning. And so ended our week in New York! I'm now in Philadelphia! But you'll have to wait till tomorrow for that ...
... pleased I went.
Katz's deli is a total must see and do. The best pastrami I have ever had. It is all a bit chaotic and old fashioned but so worth it to have the experience of eating in one of New Yorks most famous deli's.
Feeling a little full, it was back to the hotel for a nap, which ended up being a nap, watching Home Alone 2, this time without falling asleep and bed.
I've decided to keep a blog so my family and friends can keep up with me while I'm abroad since the time difference is such a pain. So I figured I would start this journey from the very beginning. I've always known that I wanted to study abroad in Australia but now my dream is becoming a reality (cliche, I know). After talking to my camp roommate Michelle, she convinced me to look into her program, Global Links or ISA. After comparing prices, ...
... endless tales about buses at the cost of a £25 phone bill !!! Very little discussion about the cruise so far but lots of tales about bus drivers not knowing where they are going and buses being missed out - apparently this isn't a problem unless you have an appointment. Once off the ship and through immigration after submitting ourselves to finger printing etc we walked from pier 90 up East 52 Street to Broadway and caught the hop on hop off ...
... did. The museum is housed in an old public school house. There are several elements of the school that are still very visible. The building was kind of creepy to me. Most everything is stark white, except for the one floor where every room is painted black. You walk down the halls of the school and go in and out of the old classrooms to see the exhibits. Some of the rooms have been joined together to create a gallery, but some are still just a ...