Holiday Inn Westbury
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Carle Place
... The exhibitions made me think of so many things as I descended, how the worst moments in history can actually feel physically heavier, how they gather at the bottom of all hours of all days, accumulating in basements and darkness and retribution. I wondered if it was a coincidence that my ticket for 3:30 pm was called a 'bottom of the hour' ticket? So much about 9/11, and what happened after, was controversial and messy and misguided. The complexity of causality can be ...
... in Florence and it was still in that "this isn't real" phase.
When we arrived in Florence, we got on another bus that took us to the airport building. It was extremely dreary and pouring rain, so it was difficult to see how beautiful the city actually was. This includes extreme jet lag and no sleep.
... Square which is central to the New Year's Eve celebrations in this wonderful city, but again, there are smiles on faces and instructions are given pleasantly, rather than barked. Icons are everywhere - the Chrysler Building, Radio City Music Hall, the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Centre, the Hudson River, Central Station - and these are just the ones we've sighted so far. They are exciting and feel so familiar. We've ...
... walking the area back to the Woolworth building.
We then enjoyed a fascinating tour of the lower levels of the building. It's generally closed to the public, so we were treated to some rarely seen areas, which were pretty cool.
Bob enthralled the group with his knowledge of the history of the building and the personalities involved in building it and making sure it remains in place today.
After the tour we enjoyed a muffin and hot chocolate.
... met Mr. Haugh. He was as I expected and more. We had a great evening with him. He is 68 years old and works in Central Park driving tourists around with his horse and buggy. He rides his bike to work. He worked in Fort McMurray for many years and then moved to New York City about 30 years ago. A character if I ever saw one. We called a cab and back to our hotel we went. It was time to pack up and get out of town in the morning. ...