Lexington Inn At JFK Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much conversation!) and then headed back to our hotel, all ready to fall into bed. The clock on top of one of the buildings all lit up like a Christmas tree told us it was 10:09pm and 20 degrees. A beautiful night in New York City.
Note: According to Stephanie there is far too many Starbuck cafe's around in New York, there is one on every corner. She said "No wonder its the city that never sleeps, they drink way too much coffee!!!"
Today I got a chance to continue learning about our immigrant nation by visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Today was the first day of my trip that was quite a trial. I must warn you that this story will be laced with my trademark sarcasm, as it is the only way to truly capture the essence of the day. I was really excited about the adventures of the day when I got up. I have enjoyed all of the other museums I have been to and I am eager to ...
... daring, and illegal, U-Turn. Oh well, at least Sandy didn't throw up. And finally, going through Baltimore was a nightmare. One highway warning sign said, 4 miles, 22 minutes. And they weren't kidding! One nice thing, however, was the rest stops along the Jersey Turnpike. Crowded, but clean and convenient - they even had a Starbucks. What more could you ask for?
We drove to the Marriott Residence Inn in Silver Spring MD for ...
We headed off in the direction of Greenwich Village with Doris recounting tales of her youth and fun times in the Bohemian underside of Manhattan.
We walked for what seemed for ever over old roads of cobbles and sets. Something which I have not seen since I left Ireland..
Eventually reaching our destination I was beginning to feel like a Legionnaire completing a desert route march...
... traffic greets me and the sun is smiling down from the clear blue sky. See, I told you!
By 8am I am at the Rockefeller Center, ready to go on 'Top of the Rock". Ironically, there is no line for me to get tickets because I'm the only one paying cash!
Once on top of the building I am enjoying the amazing view in the cold (and strong) breeze. Central Park obviously isn't green yet, it is getting there though. Manhattan really must ...