Quality Inn Floral Park
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... bathroom and bed for the next 18 or so hours. I totally missed the reportedly excellent Thai feast cooked up by Mal and Sean, George's piano playing, Lauren reliving her childhood with his rendition of Mr Bear, a lot of champagne, and great wine. And I sadly missed the start of 2015, experiencing only my own private fireworks, instead of the New York Times Square experience I've dreamed of for years!! The photographs I'm including are courtesy of George. Although I only ...
An overcast but warm day allowed us the opportunity to go for a long walk. We opted for third avenue. Somewhere where we hadn't walked before and we wanted to continue with some of our off the tourist track time here.
Third avenue extends from Murray Hill to the upper east side. We started around Grand Central and continued 50 blocks to 96th street. A combination of shops and restaurants, but lots of residential living as we progressed into the 60s and beyond. ...
Great sleep, just what I needed. Alarm set, for 7am, preparing for an early wake up tomorrow morning. Easy day today, need to stay off my feet as much as possible, as my legs are already a bit sore from all our shopping and exploring. Starbucks for breakfast, they have free wifi, so good time for catching up with everyone as our accommodation wifi which we paid for is really ******, it's just so frustrating we barely use it now. We've decided to ...
... Spirituality. Caught the end of the 9.30 service, then enjoyed the 10.30 service. Both services nearly full - 340-350 at both services and still another one to follow. Capacity is 380 in this venue, so many services are held over the weekend to get everyone in. Pete and Geri were very surprised, and pleased to see us and we spent some time talking to them about EHS in Australia, the upcoming Leadership Conference at Queens in April next year and new ...
September 5: Today's big adventure was going to the US Open tennis tournament! We always said we should go once I'm retired, and we actually did it! We got to see the finals of the mixed doubles and the women's singles semi-finals. First match was Caroline Wosniacki vs. S. Peng. It was very close until Penguin got bad cramps from the heat and had to be taken off the court in a wheelchair. The other women's semi match featured Serena Williams steamrolling over Makarova, 6-1, ...