La Quinta Inn & Suites JFK Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to view some of the Masters - Van Gogh, Cezanne, Renoir, Degas and Monet to name just a few. Again, an incredible experience. We stayed about and a half hours, and could have stayed the full day, but the glimpses of the park beckoned us in. We took an entry into the park just South of the Met. The park is just beautiful. What I imagined, but much more. Greener, more paths and walkways, bigger lakes and ponds, larger open spaces upon which people were picnicking, kicking ...
... which I desperately tried to get tickets to but it seemed the tickets were like gold. So I saw some people waiting and I asked if they were waiting for the stars to come out after the show and they were. So I waited too. I so loved this show when it was on tv so to be so close to the stars was exciting, amazing, surreal and just plain wonderful. I saw Brian d'Arcy James, Christian Borle, Katherine McPhee, Jeremy Jordan, ...
... the USA, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean by sea from Europe and other places. A place where they spent their first few months before being passed and allowed to cross over to Manhattan Island, where the majority spent their first years living in what was the poorest and harshest area, the Lower East Side. Now not having much time to explore Ellis Island and not having had any family pass through Ellis Island, I decided not to get off the ferry, but rather stay ...
... time I saw him was captaining Oxford's water polo team against Cambridge. We spent a thoroughly enjoyable couple of hours catching up on this and that.
I had intended to buy a cheap mobile phone with a US SIM card to avoid UK data roaming charges, but the price of the phone and the card would have been a false economy in the end. (If only O2 had allowed me to unlock my phone with them.)
On my way back to ...
... so large you could spend your whole day here if you wanted to.
The path continued to the Mall and more scenes of where you're likely to recognize locations in numerous films & TV shows, including the Boathouse restaurant. It was too cold to canoe around, but still a peaceful scene. There was 1 guy rowing on another lake though earlier and I snapped a photo, creating my own "Notebook" frame. At the end of the mall and it's statues, I turned to check out ...