Howard Johnson Inn Jamaica JFK Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... accurately, as it is never quiet. It bustles continuously with traffic sounds, sirens, music and voices having conversations that go all day and all night. It is bigger than life and so very alive. Everyone you see appears to love their lot in life ... even the sanitation workers smile and whistle as they collect the piles of garbage from the sidewalks. The dogs being walked appear truly contented with their sidewalk strolls ...
... Union Square where mayor has his office and found a group of guys setting up a street performance. They were a group of African American guys doing a mix of breakdancing, flips and Michael Jackson. They were quite talented and funny but their best skill was getting money from the crowd. At one point they pulled a few people from the audience into the show and asked them to pay $20 to have a safe spot in the jumping line, they made them feel pretty stupid if they paid less which was ...
... hired a bike and circumcycled Manhatten Island. This was about 55km and took in riding out of Manhatten across the Manhatten bridge and back again over the Williamsburg bridge. Bring on our very own Skypath!! The ride also took him through the heart of Harlem, though he didn't hear any gospel singing, and all the way down the Hudson River on a separated cycle path through woods and ...
Today we took the bus into the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, and walked to the Empire State Building. Marty was sure we could do it ("It isn't very far at all!" she said.) She was right, but I think she didn't count on how much walking (and standing) there was after we got to the building. We went on a Skyride, which is a kind of virtual aerial tour of Manhattan, with a lot of motion ...
... swear she smiled at me. Hah!
There was a volleyball net set up in the park so we all got a volleyball game going. When I ran back home to get some water, I remembered I’d bought a huge bag of popsicles so I grabbed a bunch of them and gave them out to both teams.
We were finally able to move onto the lot and get set up around noon. Once parked, we opened the awnings and started checking around with people to see if we could get a ride to the ...