La Quinta Inn & Suites JFK Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we were finished. Having Nanny and Pepere's hotel room was fantastic. We showered, changed, and got organized. Timing was perfect; when we were done recovering, the car Dave had reserved arrived to whisk us (at an average of 8 miles an hour) to JFK. I really can't believe how smooth the JFK end was. We got checked-in, bags dropped, and through security in about 20 minutes. I always expect the worst, planning at least an hour, so this was a pleasant surprise. The ...
... did not realize how awful it was ... I am so glad to know there was no slavery in Canada! I am shocked by that movie. It was good though . We were meeting up with Suley's friend Tania at ACME for dinner but we were quite late for our reservation at 8:00 as the taxi driver took us to the financial district instead of soho ...obviously Suley is used to confrontation with taxi drivers because ...
... ago. We did the around Manhattan boat trip which was really good and much better than our expectation. Alice came down with a bad cold and had to stay in doors for at least two days which was a shame. We went to see Avenue Q off Broadway, which was really good but because we had walked so much we fell asleep in the second half. Jamie had recommended a comedy club called the comedy cellar down ...
... with delicious food. We had seen queues at night, but after Wicked, they had a queue of about 100!! So, with no queue at lunch, we indulged, Fantastic.
Off for a quick trip to the Flatiron Building on 22nd Street for a look, then Macy's for the crazy sales, past the Empire State building - did not go in, really long queue and a last look at the Chrysler Building before a last dinner at our local Deli.
... railway lines. An amazing walk wending its way through skyscrapers and residential buildings along 9th and 10th avenues up to 34th street. An interesting walk passing hawkers, a wedding, art works, sculptures and graffiti.
At the end of the walk we were pretty tired and cold and sat in a quaint coffee shop for an hour and had a hot chocolate. The shop, off 10th avenue and 36th street was one of those little gems. ...