Four Points by Sheraton Plainview Long Island
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At 5:30 am we were in the hotel lobby eating our boxed breakfast. The hotel's breakfast buffet does not open until 6 am, and our airport shuttle bus was due to pick us up at 6:10 am. In the box we found, orange juice, an apple, a muffin, and three pastries. Our kind of breakfast. Carolyn may say no, but she had her pastries every morning, and is now complaining that she put on weight.
We arrived at the airport at 7 am, checked ...
Its been ten months since we booked our tour of China with Pacific Delight and have been counting down the days ever since with great anticipation. Finally, the day has arrived. "Cultural China and the Yangtze River Cruise" is just an airplane ride away.
At 7:15 am, Bellmore Taxi picked us up for our trip to JFK. Traffic was light for a weekday, and by 8 am we had arrived at the airport. By obtaining our boarding passes yesterday, we were able to cut a ...
... quarantined and lost it all.
Then we went to the 911 memorial. Amazing to see the space where two large buildings once stood, and now have a elegant, memorial with water flowing inwards and looking/sounding peaceful. The memorial surroundings were a bit chaotic and could be improved (too much construction, unfriendly memorial police, traffic management problems).
Then it was off ...
It's 9am and we're on the road again. This time, literally on the road, as our trip involves only cars and bikes. Our Vermont Bike Tour begins tomorrow at 3:30 pm in the town of Chatham, Massachusetts. Our destination today is Old Saybrook, Connecticut, a 120 mile drive from Long Island. The weather outlook for today is mostly sunny with a high of 76 in Old Saybrook. During our two night stay in Chatham, we'll see ...
... artsy with the old charm of a very old elevator. We were on the 15th floor in room 1511 which had a nice view of the street and the Chrysler Building in the distance. It was a small window to match the small room. I was prepared for the size though as I know the city is big on small spaces. The bathroom was actually bigger than I expected and very nice. The bed was comfy and there was a desk area built in. The only part of the hotel I was ...