Hampton Inn & Suites Staten Island
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... The NY library and St Patricks Cathedral. We stopped to light a candle at St Patricks for a little love and faith. In typical Sam and Clair fashion we chose the one day there was a massive 'Jewish/Israel day parade'. I mean no disrespect by this description but there is no other way to describe it. The parade made this walk difficult as it shut off some streets. It also made us so distracted we nearly walked past the Rockefeller. We ...
Goal: take the ferry to Staten Island to see the statue of liberty
Yeah! Today I had trapeze class again and it was awesome, again! Since there were a few new people I could go up right away! This time I had about 6 swings up in the air. It was warm outside, 26 degrees Celsius and up at the board it was very windy and nice. Before you start the swing you need to reach out with your right hand a look at ...
Part three – The DoubleTree JFK
For all its failings, it’s not often that TripAdvisor is wrong. Yes you get the types of people that will rate something with one star because they think that putting a lone female traveller in a room away from the lifts is sexist towards women (seriously, I read that in a review recently), or put something like “DREADFUL” but don’t expand on why, butoverall it’s scores ...
... in the middle of Manhattan on Broadway and 7th Ave. I have seen many countries try to copy this including Malaysia, Japan and Korea, but none have come even close. This is where all the advertising takes place. It has all the newest entertainment displayed here on the many big screen TV that must be over 50 feet from corner to corner. They have one of the most famous annual ball drops in the world taking place here every year. I came here for the first ...
Our plan of attack for visiting New York City was to park the trailer in our campground in Lancaster, PA, drive the car to Philly, and take a Greyhound bus to NYC. Not trying to take the car or trailer into the city was the best choice we could have made. The bus ride was easy and cheap, and dropped us only four blocks from our hotel. In between the bus station and our hotel, we stopped off for a couple of slices of pizza from a street-side stand, where you eat your ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking