Lexington Inn At JFK Airport

Address: 138-05 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, New York, 11435, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 138-05 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, is near Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Bath Fountain Hotel & Spa, Colden Center for the Performing Arts, and Dixie Dew Stables.
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    Travel Blogs from Jamaica

    Bye NYC, concrete jungle where dreams are made of!

    A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Dec 31, 2014

    27 photos

    ... out.
    - My Ice bucket challenge in the Hamptons.
    - Thomas falling down the stairs in The Standard because he was enjoying the view so much.
    - Mum’s crab like moves to avoid the ball flying at her in Philadelphia.
    - Juliet’s reaction to the scary moment in the film The Call.

    What we have learnt over the last year:
    - I do not get bored if I don’t have a job!
    - You don’t know what cold is until you have to ...

    Second Day In New York City

    A travel blog entry by maghnusa on Oct 13, 2014

    20 photos

    ... East Side of Manhattan. The Tour Guide pointed out the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and the Williamsburg Bridge. The Williamsburg Bridge is a suspension bridge built in 1898 and at that time was the longest suspension bridge on earth. The Manhattan Bridge and the Williamsburg Bridge are the only two bridges in New York City that carry automobile and rail traffic.All three connect Manhattan to Brooklyn. Within 10 minutes or so, we turned north on ...

    The Met ...

    A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 01, 2014

    4 photos

    ... population and was much wealthier (though they had the same problem with wood and fuel for ceramics ... which is why relatively little in the way of Royal Palaces, Noble Mansions or the dwellings of the poor have survived ... they were all made of mud brick as well.

    Stone was reserved for very exceptional buildings ... tombs and temples, mostly, with the occasional fort or part of a fort (usually drystone, rather than mortared ... ...

    And So It Begins...

    A travel blog entry by john.wroblewski on Jul 30, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to me. There's hoops to jump through and things to fall into line. Packing, planning, and then things. Passports, keys, printouts l, extra contacts, this and that. I'm not good with things. And the the ball starts truly rolling, Tokyo, Jakarta, and then I'll finally be at the true start - Denpasar. The excitement will grow the closer I get. It's coming, no worries. This ...

    New York City ... the first day

    A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... from Hungary and a very tasty sparking rosé from La France! And the show ... If/Then ... The story of a woman's life as she plays out different options that might have been if she had chosen something different - if she'd gone the next day to the park and not met her husband, if she decided to put her career ahead of family, if if if. I quite enjoyed it ... although I did get a bit tired of some pointless chorus choreography in a few spots. ...