Long Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
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The days of working in New York were much the same, drive down to the Marriott, sign in at 6:30am, work in the lobby until I needed to leave for my appointments then off to inspect. In the afternoons I'd go back and write up the estimates, sign out at 6:30pm then off to the Extended Stay. All of our work and hotels were on Long Island.
There is a group of us who seem to travel together to storms. This started in Sacramento last year when a bunch of us worked in an office and got to be friends. Now we were together again in New York.
At lunch I ran into one friend, Jim Duda, in the parking lot. I suggested that we eat together and we hopped into my car. Jim Goggled food …
I was still the early bird, so didn't have any trouble taking the train up to Times Square in time to meet Brady. Nine years!!! Boy, I was a mess 9 years ago, cried through the opening and survivor ceremonies, and would never have believed I would be here today. So Very Grateful.
It's always cool and darkish when we begin, but got a few good pics of me and Brady and he took a sweet selfie of us (can it be a selfie ...
... to Battery Park where we met the bus and picked up a local guide who took us for a quick tour around Manhattan before stopping for a look at St Paul's Cathedral which is across from the 911 site and where people from the offices of the twin towers went for safety. Also saw the globe from the top of the Trade Centre. After lunch it was back on the bus for more touring and finishing up at the New York Historical Society Museum which houses an amazing array of antique ...
... to extract a luggage trolley from the row – apparently you have to pay for them! So much for the Land of the Free!
We have enjoyed the visit very much. NYC is a very dynamic city chock full of icons. But, like any other large city, there are other faces of NYC which are less appealing. We have seen drunks and slightly deranged people on the subway – far more than in London. We came across more beggars and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLong Island Marriott Hotel & Conference Center Uniondale
A wonderful place to stay. The employees are attentive to anything one might need. Nearly always friendly.
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