Hampton Inn Jericho Westbury
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... the street from a gorgeous church. You couldn't ask for a better back drop to this delightful little market. There were vendors set up selling things both old and new. There was a lot of mid-century furniture, overpriced vintage clothing, handmade jewelry, and tons of old junk. There were also several food vendors so I decided to have some lunch. I stopped at the tent selling Indian street food for a masala dosa and a mango ...
... evening grooving via your visions. The subsequent a . m . comes along, and then you watch a dusting of snowfall outside therefore, you switch around Television programs, just as your high school rolls off the monitor. Now you've got to wait for the other 30 schools, 40 daycares and 80 ...
... and Pam and I enjoyed some quiet time. There was a very attentive barman, who we gave a kangaroo tie pin to, and he responded by presenting us with some beer glasses, and treated us with warmth. We then moved across 42nd Street to the Stephen Sondheim Theatre to see Beautiful, the Carole King story. Beautiful described this production - wonderful sets and music and a very talented cast. The star was the young woman playing Carole King herself, really ...
... in Manhattan. We walked to the middle, saw all of the padlocks and then turned around to go back. I didn’t get a sense of the height above the river until I looked straight down between the slats of the wooden walkway which goes straight to the river and got wobbly knees. I didn’t do that again. Back off the bridge, we walked past the lines for Grimaldi’s, Julianna’s (both pizza) and the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory (very ...
... dreadlocked coat. The owner told me the name of the breed (it was a Northern Italian sheep dog) but I've forgotten it. She said he now tries to round up the squirrels.
As we came closer to the Zoo I heard some bells ring out, chiming the hour. I assumed it was a Cathedral somewhere in midtown but then the bells started playing Tip Toe Through the Tulips which I thought was a bit odd. When we reached the Zoo I realised it was the Delacorte ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center