Hampton Inn New York LaGuardia Airport
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Today I went to the most fabulous food park called Smorgasburg. It is part of the Brooklyn Flea and is open on Saturday in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and on Sunday at the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Even though it was a bit of a hike to get there, this Sunday location was worth it! After a quick ride on the subway I had to walk a mile to the park. Luckily, I got to pass by more beautiful houses on a very picturesque street. The Brooklyn Bridge ...
... OMG After lunch we caught the famous or infamous New York Subway to our next destination - The heights of the Rockefeller building also know as the Top of the Rock. Again we even had New Yorkers help us without asking here. The view today was sensational and awesome to say the least. The view towards the Empire State Building is breathtaking. Little things make travel wonderful, specially if you are waiting in queues. As we waited to take the lift ...
... up at the sky at airplanes passing by. “Why do they fly so low?” she asked. “It still startles me every day.” I asked Maxine after the tour if she is afraid of flying. “Three or four years after the attacks, you couldn’t get me on a plane unless I was drunk or drugged,” she said. Spent the rest of the evening walking around and here I am now in the study lounge with my feet ...
... all about it. The Best Welcome he has ever had at a Hotel he reckons, followed by we get yogurt and granola for free. Not just any yogurt but Greek yogurt. So as long as you give him something for free he didn't mind paying extra! Jeez I wished I worked that out sooner. Our room is pleasant and clean and looks out on Lexington ave, a very busy street. I went out to look for a laundry, but there were not self serve in the area. Cooper had crashed for an ...
... were good, the bread was really thin and stretchy but the most interesting part was the salad. It had corn and I think cabbage in a sort of pickling liquid. It was tart and vinegary and I kept eating it because I couldn’t quite work it out. Lunch done I went back along W 80th St to Zabars. I know it’s because of the number of people in NYC but the variety of produce in delis and the number of them amazes me. I checked the ...
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