Holiday Inn Plainview - Long Island
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... European airports don't let you check in until 2 hours before flight time. Check in and security went smoothly, but our Air France flight 1677 took off 20 minutes late. As we only had 1:30 minutes between connecting flights, it's going to be tight, as we're in a different terminal for our flight to JFK.
The flight actually landed on time. We then transferred from terminal G to M. It required two bus transfers to reach our terminal. ...
... To show you the contrast, this past Sunday we spent several hours taking in the sun and ocean at the beach with a temperature around 80 degrees. On the bright side, the weather in Venice will be sunny, in the mid 80's with a 0% chance of rain while we're there.
The rain continued throughout the day. At 5:30 pm, our taxi arrived, and by 7 pm, we had already cleared customs at JFK. Tonight we would be flying Delta flight 474 nonstop ...
... to show off the best of it. The apartments we rented were terrific, and each was located centrally. Perhaps the smartest move on our part was hiring private tour guides. On our own we never would have been able to see and learned as much as did. Sergio’s wine and bike tour, Matias and the Andes, as well as Jack in La Boca & San Telmo. Each were unique in its own way. While in Buenos Aires we took two free walking tours which were ...
... we began our Argentine adventure it was a rainy day on Long Island. We left for JFK airport little after 1 pm. As today was Good Friday, and schools had begun their vacation, traffic was light. By 2 pm, we had already checked our bags, and had gone through security check in no time at all.
We walked to our gate, and within 30 seconds of putting down our carry on's, Carolyn and Lauren were off shopping, and I was left to guard our possessions. Somehow, I ...
... From there we then walked to the 9/11 memorial. The first thing I noticed when we arrived was the overwhelming sense of absence. Even from a distance, the sky line doesn't look right, the silence surrounding it, unfamiliar in such a busy city. As we walked up to the south pool, where one of the towers once stood, I was surprised at the amount of people taking selfies, it's essentially a massive gravestone and it's strange how many people ...