Howard Johnson LaGuardia Airport East

Address: 135-33 38th Avenue, Flushing, New York, 11354, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 135-33 38th Avenue, Flushing, is near USTA National Tennis Center, Queens Museum of Art, Queens Botanical Garden, and Flushing Town Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Flushing

A cold and sunny New York Day

A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 15, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... outstanding. Listening to 'Dreaming of a White Christmas' on the way there was pretty cool too! These houses have thousands of lights and characters and Christmas scenes.... that are just beautiful. There were so many streets full of amazing displays that are just like nothing we've seen before. Our guide was fantastic. We finished with cannoli, hot chocolate and Brooklyn style pizza! Yum!!! I still ...

Marathon prep day

A travel blog entry by shieldzy84 on Nov 01, 2014

13 photos

... sitting around as Maddie noticed watching an advert that daylight savings ends tonight and we needed to put our watches back an hour. We decided we would go to another broadway show and picked Matilda, it was great, and so funny and sad, and awesome. We decided we still had time in the day for a little shopping and hit up times square again, Levi's, Hershey's, grand slam and build a bear just to name a few. We headed for an earlier than normal tea ...

Thursday in New York

A travel blog entry by strawbdelight on Oct 03, 2014

6 photos

... Bridge. I say trekked, because from the vary start of the bridge, you are walking uphill for quite a distance, then you are dodging in and out of the hoards of people that are walking across the bridge for the same reasons you are - to say you've done it, but also to see the views. The trek was worth it. Looking forward towards Brooklyn was pretty amazing, but looking back to Manhattan was even more so. But looking down on the traffic ...

Day 19 - Meatpacking District and Chelsea

A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 18, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... marrying the wrong man and having to pay for a divorce. -Isn't that expensive? Yes. But so are kids and that didn't stop you from having half a dozen. Luckily, with my new mid-30's wisdom, I was able to plan and budget in order to take this trip. Sounds like real adult responsibility to me! I tell you all of this because I wish it didn't bother me. It does, and it's what I thought about on birthday. It doesn't bother me because I'm insecure, ...

Floating gardens in the Meat Packers DIstrict

A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 10, 2014

3 comments

... subway train track four stories above ground level that they turned into gardens. It was a nice walk and had nice views, but it was really funny to see New Yorker's obsession with trees, like they had never seen them before. I guess they are really rare among all this concrete. We dined at New York Burgers for lunch, Sammy loved his "mini" burger, Tom and I enjoyed a chorizo burger and onion rings...not at all fatty :) We slowly made our way for the subway and headed to Brooklyn Heights ...