Long Island Breeze Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... didn't disappoint - we had a fab guide who talked in great detail about the various skyscrapers, bridges, districts etc that we passed. We got so many fantastic views of the New York skyline both in the broad evening sun and later on watching the lights of the city come on as evening drew in. Needless to say that we also took in some epic views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island too. It was easy to imagine the early immigrants to this nation as ...
... tracks and headed for the Harlem Lake. We came across a large public swimming pool which was full of people escaping the heat. A little way along we came across the Conservatory Garden, a beautiful sculptured and manicured garden of trimmed hedges and lawns. We got a drink and found a spot in the shade and sat for a while. We then decided to head across to Roosevelt Island again given that the weather was so good, so we caught the subway and headed back down ...
... getting closer to the huge buildings was quite surreal! We hopped off and decided to go and visit Times Square, as soon as we arrived the atmosphere was buzzing, the amount of bright lights and people is incredible. I had been there ten years ago but I still couldn't quite grasp the feeling. The amount of taxis beeping because of pedestrians in the road, police on every corner, music playing, the sum was beaming down. It was full on! After a few photos and taking it all in we ...
... Innaloo I was a bit worried that Sioux might need a bucket. (FYI - it was the Jason Bourne movie that jumped around all over the place) Where was I? I've lost track now. Oh yes, The Empire State Building. Our ticket takes us to the 86th floor and for another $20 we could have gone to the 102th floor that was the spikes bit on the top. We figured the view we had was pretty sensational on the outside observation deck, that was very crowded and also extremely cold, even by NY standards. ...
... and how they are a nation of immigrants from all over the world. The less pleasant aspects of the nation’s birth aren’t glossed over; the plight of the Native Americans is present as is the Slave Trade that brought so many African Americans to the country. The majority of the museum is about why the immigrants left their home nations however, the Irish fleeing the potato famine, the Jews escaping Eastern Europe, and so many others. Much of the exhibit is focussed on ...