Hampton Inn Long Island/Islandia
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... for a one way trip is $2.75 and you can only buy one way tickets. It is similar but not as good as the London underground,it is very dated and dirty and the system isa bit chaotic. On the way back we had to crowd into the carriages tighter than sardines in a tin. We got to pier16 and boarded the boat, it set off and took us to the Brooklyn bridge then turned around and we sailed past some of the iconic New York ...
... There are at least six cemeteries along Wellwood Ave. - - Long Island National Cemetery, Pinelawn Memorial Park, Beth Moses Cemetery, Mt Ararat Cemetery, St. Charles Resurrection Cemetery and New Montefiore Cemetery. A real fun street to drive along! My son will cringe when I say this, but people are dying to get into those places. Ha, ha, ha! We only visited two, Long Island National Cemetery where Papa Carlson and his wife Martha are buried, ...
... I was thinking next time I see one I'm just gonna throw my shoe at it and hopefully that will do the trick).
To be 100% honest with you, besides the bees(which were big, but left you alone), that was the only bug I saw the entire time I was there!
When we were finallllly done in the airport we got picked up by the guys from CCS
Mind you: no one speaks English.. and if they do, it is so poor. The vans did not have a CCS logo on it, and ...
As we were leaving Times Square & heading to the subway a man started haggling us about a comedy show & really ticked Sam off when he assumed we were Australian. We had the same thing the previous day by about 10 dIfferent dudes, but this guy was persistent & we eventually stopped to hear him out. His name was Jeffery & he was hilarious. He had us sold pretty quickly & we booked two tickets for the 10.15pm that night.
... be staying with and the location of the dinner is walking distance which is nice. This whole trip is totally out of my comfort zone but I read a greeting card that said "life begins when you leave your comfort zone"
Still have to figure out how to change my dollars into Euros and get on an international plan for my cell phone
Viva la France!