Holiday Inn Westbury
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Carle Place
... sun was glaring on our window making it difficult to see out... we might be missing things.
I just walked the length of our carriage, the front half consists of cafeteria tables, the centre of the carriage has a kiosk and the rear half has the comfy chairs. There were eight laptops being used and five of these were Macs. The train has power points next to each seat as well so you can spend the whole trip on the computer, ...
Finally on the plane after Linda being pulled out for drug swabbing we settle in for the 12 hour flight. Everyone except Lyn has a spare seat beside us which makes the trip a bit more comfortable. Land in LA and definitely not sunny California - raining. We join the long line of tourists to get through security and customs and jump on the shuttle bus for Terminal 5 and again join the long lines of tourists to get through security. After another 5 hours we land at JFK ...
... some tshirts on the way and then
reached the intersection where we turned around 360 degrees and took
a bunch of photos. The kids thought posing here was so touristy but I
pointed out the multiple other groups of tourists doing the same
Right at Times Square is a huge Toys R
Us, so we went in for Kaitlin mainy. A large Ferris Wheel is in the
centre which was fun to watch and the air conditioning was great, the
start of much needed ...
... wondered how well maintained the nuts and bolts were that were holding this 86 year old skyscraper together. Best not to think about it. The observation deck was really good. Narrow, but afforded great views across the city and rivers into Long Island and Jersey. It is a completely open deck with open style fencing around it. It was interesting to see those who couldn't step close to the edge. We spent longer than we had thought we would as it presented a different view than the one ...
... found out they were after money, as was the naked cowboy and Elvis. My favourite weirdo has to be the Time Square baby, a grown-up guy in nappies and a crying baby mask (WT indeed). Don't think we have to get back to this part of town, but at the same time you sort of have to go. Also had some more fun with the GoPro, good for sneaky photos (will need that for when we go to Harlem) the skyscrapers and videos. Enjoy!