Howard Johnson LaGuardia Airport East
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... briefly famous every
summer as the site of the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, and there’s much
construction taking place at a huge new tennis stadium at the Billy Jean King National
Tennis Center. The park, though, is enormous and contains numerous sites of
Flushing Meadows was the site of America’s two great
mid-century international expositions, the World Fairs on 1939-1940 and
1964-1965. Back then World’s ...
... Trade Center, which was incredible to see. As we walked away, the snow began falling so we decided to stop for a coffee along the water and watch the ferries and ice flows pass by. We then made the decision lunch was needed so walked over to Chinatown for soup dumplings at Joes's Shanghai. After we finished lunch at 3:45, we walked though Little Italy and SoHo to the Paulner beer hall for a stein of beer. After a few hours passed by, we walked ...
... although we were 5mins late for the game there were still thousands of people queuing to get in through bag checks, then the security checks, just like at the airport, then the ticket checks. Once in, there were heaps of people at bars and food places, not watching the game?? We grabbed some food and found our seats in the nose bleed section - very dark, very narrow to walk in past others ...
... big metal dustbins as stilts, looking like transformers. The whole performance was full of energy and excitement...although that didn’t stop Jenna falling asleep towards the end. At the curtain, two of the performers rushed through the central passage to the door, accepting thanks from the outgoing audience. A nice touch. Jet lag is a pain in the ****. So thought Dave at 5am local time the following morning. And 6am. And 7am. At 8am he’d had enough, and decided to get ...
... museum because the numbers inside are managed but it wasn't long before we were in as part of the 12.30pm admission. It cost US$24 each. The museum for most part is cavernous though the exhibition area where most of the exhibits are was tighter. And many hard to see with the number of visitors. Ang enjoyed it. Craig was out of the exhibition area 50 minutes before her, feeling that there was little that we hadn't seen on TV. As would be expected the most graphic ...