Hotel Le Bleu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Island Railroad is still a separate system--your metro card won't work on the LIRR!
It was fun to look at all the cars from different times--the ad cards gave an insight into which time period the cars came from. These are a couple of my favorites:
After looking at all the old trains and railroad memorabilia, and new exhibits about the building of the ...
... aviators used it for record breaking flights in the pioneering days of aviation. It then became a Naval air station in 1942 and was the busiest military airport in the US during WWII. When it was decommissioned in 1972, it was then made into a National Recreation. The signage was poor but suddenly Ted said he saw a park ranger. Where? Sheree saw two young women with kaki pants on but thought they did NOT look like park rangers. Park rangers dressed ...
... can serve as a prompt to the story.
HOW WAS IT ORGANISED?
- Thomas arranged for Mum and Dad to fly out to New York a day earlier than I expected, took them for dinner at The Mermaid Inn and asked for my hand in marriage. They managed to keep it a secret for a month!
- Thomas took the afternoon of Thursday 2nd October off work and said he ...
... is a celebration.
We wind our way over to Grimaldi's which is a very famous pizza place in Brooklyn. No matter what time of the day or night you are here, there is a line. You stand in the line whether you want take-out or dine-in. They make coal-fired brick oven pizzas which is a dying art. We are here and have to try it out, even though we have to wait. Turns out you can get served quicker if you are a party of one, so Paul waits in line and orders ...
Having read Tom's last few blogs I feel almost embarrassed at how indulgent our last few days have been. We have walked, eaten, heard and seen so much...
We have walked the Lower East Side backwards, forwards and in circles - Chinatown some more, Little Italy, the Village; we've explored the Upper East Side, taking in the Met, Guggenheim, Madison and Lexington Avenues; we've taken time out through Central Park - ...