Hampton Inn New York LaGuardia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... size of a minibus. We then moved into the main hall which depicted the time line leading up to the morning, what happened on the morning of 911 and the time afterwards. Flights paths, cockpit recorder details, videos, security footage, text messages from people in buildings, in aircraft. We didn't fell emotional or upset at all, but we were amazed at the enormity of the incident and the detail and intricacy of rebuilding such ...
Pretty much my last day in New York...7 degrees and wearing shorts...now normally that would be by choice but today it was for practicality. It was freezing...but not legs...legs don't get cold from ankles to knees...but my hands were freezing. And my eyes...I have pretty much cried every time I have been outside due to the wind...so emotional these days. Good day today though...the first few hours were spent exploring the High ...
The American pub description classifies it all. All the reviews on Yelp were right till the last world. High music, people all around the bar and the tables talking to each other, having fun. Ordered the food which had the maximum reviews- Nachos and my usual drink - Red Bull. Very adorable aura - a good company would complete ...
... Avenue and dining in a number of 'cool' taverns/restaurants on 9th Avenue in the Hells Kitchen area. New York was by no means unpleasant; most of what we saw was quite unique and amazing. I guess between those sights is a lot of dirt, trash piled high, shoddy roadwork and the occasional drug taking (not by us I can assure you). Probably not far different from any other major city but it just wasn't as noticeable ...
... shoulders and have high necks). Actually there are many races and cultures in Brooklyn who basically stick to their own communities. We also had a ferry ride out to the Statue of Liberty. Got quite close, though the photos don't necessarily show that. On our Uptown journey we drove past the apartments of the rich and famous, which look nothing from the outside. Also went to Harlem, which we really enjoyed. Of course mostly black-Africans in ...