Long Island Breeze Resort

Queens Highway, Salt Pond, Long Island, Out Islands, Bahamas, Caribbean | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Queens Highway, Salt Pond, is near Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Bath Fountain Hotel & Spa, Queens Botanical Garden, and Hindu Temple Society of North America.
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    Travel Blogs from Salt Pond

    XOXOX

    A travel blog entry by shks on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... who came in to see him, Rochel and her kids and Rivki. It was a nice reunion.
    Today we did some last minute shopping and packing and now it's just a wait till we go to the airport.
    Thank you to everyone who made such an effort to come see us and call us (to those who couldn't physically make it). It made the trip extra special spending time with everyone.

    XOXOX Sharyn
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    New York City

    A travel blog entry by lucykate on Jul 21, 2014

    ... Lady Liberty herself that I realised just how big she is! I got off the ferry, picked up a headset and listened to the history of the Statue Of Liberty whilst I looked back at Manhattan.. What a beautiful skyline. Whilst on Liberty Island, I learnt about the making of the statue, that it was created from copper and isn't solid but intact only the thickness of 2 pennies! Then, at 10.45 I left liberty island on the ferry that takes you to Ellis Island before sailing ...

    Day 10 - Greenwich, SoHo, and The NY Philharmonic

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 09, 2014

    23 photos

    ... chocolates, ice cream, and macarons. I had to try the strangest flavors they had which were lemon yuzu, rosewater lychee, and violet and currant. The violet was my favorite. It was a cute little place. Next time I will try some of the different kinds of chocolates there. I ventured down the street a little ways more until I ended up in a the area of SoHo. This neighborhood is super posh. I was really out of my element here. I clearly did not have enough money to stay ...

    A day of failed plans

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jun 13, 2014

    2 comments

    ... pie. We took our purchases to Central Park to eat among the pigeons. The cookies were amazing, and the pastrami sandwich was like a croissant filled with pastrami. We saved the crack pie for last, because this is the item the woman raved about. Well we were more than a little disappointed. It was like we were eating a chunk of butter mixed with cream. My stomach turned after the first bite. I managed one more bite before retiring. Even Adalia ...

    A few basic truths about New York

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on Apr 30, 2014

    ... is dirty and rather smelly and the trains are overcrowded but it is an efficient way to get around. You are very lucky if you can get a seat on the trains but I have even seen young women with babies in strollers struggling on them. We haven't seen any rats yet but no doubt with all the rubbish around they are numerous. I haven't seen any cats either, maybe the rats or the dogs ate them! There is a lot of horn blowing just ...