Hampton Inn Garden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the way. First up was McQ a sports Bar & liquor store! We didn't bother to go in. Next was Herrin Park. There wasn’t anybody there and we did get out of the car to check out the pond. It was nice and peaceful. It also has walking trails which we skipped. Last on the list was Sun Hill Orchard Farm. It is also ...
... Liberty, 9/11 memorial, Empire State etc looks to be really good value!) then got on the subway to the downtown Brooklyn ticket booth for discounted Broadway tickets and nabbed 40% off the Phantom of the Opera for 8pm that night :) we then continued on to our accommodation. It's a cute little apartment in Brooklyn with our own bedroom. The hosts are a couple but we only met the girl, Jill in the afternoon. We got ready and jumped back on the subway to head in ...
... Staten Island is famous for nothing. We about-faced, got back on the ferry and sailed back to Manhattan, where we took the subway back to Greenwich Village. I love this bit of NYC - all cafes and trendy shops. Exactly the sort of place that two middle aged parents and their utterly disinterested children are welcomed with open arms. We found an Italian restaurant for lunch - which was great - and hightailed it north by taxi back to ...
... reflecting on last night about the 9/11 museum was there is something uncomfortable with the language about cowardly, Islamic terrorists....... Yes they were terrorists to us, although I'd imagine they are brave heroes to some people....I think it's the emotive language rather than just demonstrating the facts that I'm a bit uncomfortable about... Bothered enough that I woke thinking about it and amercian society....
Anyway, must dash and wander to the next coffee ...
... home of the famous cronuts. The streets began to look familiar and I realized I once traversed this very street before on my last stop in NYC - bringing back memories and giving me a better grounding of my surroundings.
We would continue on through Little Italy, stopping at well know Ferrara's for a treat as we heard more about early Italian immigrants to the city. People from the same town living in the same buildings, it seemed as if people were uplifted from Italy ...