Keene Valley Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... he reacted makes it sound like this is not the first time that this has happened - somewhat worrying. He gave us the name of the correct hotel, our tour leader's name, and also her number in case we needed her help.
As it turns out, the hotel we were actually meant to be at is on the other side of Queens, out near the JFK airport. The operator was actually helpful though and told us to get a receipt and email the company when we get back ...
... our waiter was not what we wanted to drink, but whether or not we had Broadway show reservations. We replied that we were in fact heading to The Lion King after dinner. That set his pace, which was nice. The rather expensive meal did not wow me as much as other $100 per person meals I have eaten. I guess I characterize it as particularly marginal with great service. A nice touch near the end of the meal was the fresh baked cookies a ...
... we had finished. After at least an hour of packing we went downstairs to find Wimbledon on tv. With Nathan's good organisation we went on-line to check in for our flights. A problem arose our names were not listed, so a phone call to Virgin Atlantic Airways was required. Fortunately enough we had David come to our rescue who is in fact a travel agent and an expert in this field. He dealt with Virgin directly, clarifying our flight ...
... the exact same felucca tour a week earlier. Our hearts go out to those affected and we are thankful that Saint Christopher has been keeping us safe from harm thus far (thanks John). Our last day in Egypt was spent at the Egyptian museum adjacent to El-Tahrir square (where the images of the revolution we have all seen on TV took place) checking out King Tut's mask and solid gold coffin before heading back to Cairo airport to catch our flight to NYC. We had a nine hour layover in Dubai ...
... pay homage to the power of neon when in town. Having been blinded by the light, I continued up the Avenue of the Americas to 58th street where I entered Central Park. The varying terrain and wide open spaces of Central Park are anything but natural; the park's pathways were painstakingly created to give this effect. Today however my goal was the Upper West side of the park to pay homage to the great man, John Winston (Ono) Lennon. The Imagine ...