Inn at Great Neck
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Friday 1st : We were met by our Big Apple Greeter Barbara. She came to our hotel at 9am and returned us at 2:30pm. What a fantastic service. We had many hours of walking and loads of information about how to get around, she showed us some great out of the way places to eat. The weather was cool and sunny so the 16 c made walking easy. We strolled along the High Line ...
... fields was as far as we'd dare to go up. Revisiting old time favourite spots such as the Apple Store, the Trump tower and Grand Central totally made our runny nose riddled day. As I'm already in London, dang it I ruined the surprise, remembering all the bits and bobs may not come as easily as I had thought. There are some exciting pictures and a time-lapse to make up for my silence on Travelpod tho :) ...
... and headed up to the high heights of our seats, but surprisingly the view was still very good. It was an extremely close game with 5 shots in it, is meant time went very slowly at the end as they made the last 40 seconds last at least 10 mins with times out and break shows of dancers! But in the end we won and left happy :) Back at the hotel in was Christmas film time... The Grinch had been bugging us for ages and we finally rented it and had our movie ...
... would make it. We didn't have an address or a phone number in New Zealand, so even if they got lost, there was really no way to contact us, either. Fan-tastic. The flight was boarding when we arrived to the gate (after trying to exhange $80 in coins at a Foreign Exchange counter ... for any of you wondering, they're not a bank and won't accept a baggie full of coins) and we got on the plane to LAX, seated comfortably next to one another, we took a selfie and a deep breath. Here we ...
... to be anyone on duty. Naturally there isn't. That makes me feel safe.
I can't really do much except hold his shoulder and reassure him that help is on the way. The convulsing mostly stops but his eyes are still rolling. He's drooling blood? He's semi-conscious.
People come over giving updates as to their success with 911 and lack of success finding on-site assistance. I think he would have been better off out of this building than inside. What are our millions of ...