Holiday Inn Express Brooklyn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Make sure you book a parking space as trying to park a car on Saturday night was a challenge.
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An uneventful drive from JFK airport to the hotel until the last 50 metres. Just before the hotel there is a Dino Grill and cars were parked on both sides of the narrow road. With constant oncoming traffic a woman had parked her car in the road and spent who knows how long going in to get takeaway (we waited at least 5 minutes). On return she spent …
... was a godsend - nothing like some good conversation to keep the spirits going after 24+ hours of travel. Good chat salved another tiring flight, about lives, God and relationships. Her hubby, when young, was a Viet refugee and was stranded at sea for four days, and then an island for months, before being rescued by Canadians and the US. We went through customs together along ...
... takes place in order to care for the work worldwide. We all have experienced this when we each received a copy of the revised NWT at the same time (at least within hours due to various time zones) as others in various parts of the world. The truth of Zechariah 4:6 is in evidence, isnt it? No doubt our photos will recall to mind other matters, but that will have to wait.In the meantime - Rocky Mountain High!!!!
John & Helen
we touch down in JFK and feel so excited but it also feels so strange that we won't be leaving the USA for a long time! After a short battle with the backpacks and some mentions of wishing we brought a suitcase, we are on the move! (We can't really call ourselves travellers without backpacks can we?)
we arrive at the hostel and it's amazing! Much better than the picture of the hostel I had ...
ich habe an zwei Workshops teilgenommen mit The Next Stage Project und den Choreographen Julia Ehrstrand, Marijke Eliasberg und Jana Hicks.
Drei Wochen, sechsmal, zwei Stunden Proben und dazu dann zwei Abende mit Performance im City Center New York.
War eine wirklich wundervolle Zeit, wo ich wahnsinnig viele tolle Tšnzer und Tšnzerinnen kennenlernen durfte.