La Quinta Inn & Suites JFK Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... bags before making our way around the corner (thankfully at a moment when the rain had temporarily abated) to Pennsylvania (Penn) Station. This concluded the first stop of our trip and we said farewell to The Big Apple and prepared ourselves for a night aboard the Lakeshore Limited to Chicago... Bags checked in, we grabbed a coffee / tea before boarding and settling into our cosy roomette. The train left a little late and we then ...
... room, and headed off for the 60 mile trip to New York City harbor. The water was calm and the scenery was breathtaking. The Hudson River at this point is very wide until you come closer to New York City.
We had New Jersey on the starboard (right) side of the boat and New York on the port ...
... stressful with many groups vying for the best positions in each room of the Doge's Palace. And we're walking ...... On our way in to New York we stopped at The Cloisters which is a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Cloisters is situated in Fort Tyron Park in north Manhattan. There we saw some stunning pieces of architecture, tapestries, jewellery, paintings and stained glass windows set ...
... to see. The wallets and receipts and drivers' licenses and work helmets and jewellery of the victims- that is grief personified. I felt I could pick up these items and finally understand why I live in the world of today. The Museum is a crippling, necessary breaking of the heart, made fractionally easier to bear by the more analytical exhibitions and the Twin Towers retrospective towards the end of the galleries. I would also recommend waiting in the queues to watch Jim ...
Monday 19 Jan
We decided to explore Brooklyn some more, through a boutique-y street in Brooklyn Heights, a Chilli dog from Nathan's, down to the promenade to get amazing views of the Manhattan
skyline before heading over Brooklyn bridge. It was such a cool bridge (took about an hour to get over). Finished off at Shake Shack for our first US burger.