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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... nature of the game and if I understood the rules and tactics, it might have made more sense. If I lived here, I would need to learn. But let's face it, I'm an AFL girl and it would need to be a great sport to top seeing Richmond in full flight. Tomorrow we need to pack and say goodbye to the Upper West Side and head home. I know we'll be back here again one day. If I won Tatts while we were here, it will be sooner rather than later! Thanks for reading my ...
... I picked up a couple of pairs of nice shoes for work. We then went higher and had a hot coffee and muffin break at Au Bin Pain, a nice little cafe we've been to in the past at a variety of different places. We sat for a while and watched the crowd pass, the kids line up for their photo with Santa and the exhausted shoppers with way too many bags to carry.
We then braved the crowd again and made our way out. There was a queue to get in the escalator and we eventually ...
Had another late start today, at first I couldn't convince ash to wake up and then by the time I did by killer headache was rearing its head. But with some nurofen and water that seemed under control, and off we went! Caught the C train to 14th st and then switched to the L train and arrived in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A quick walk had us at Smorgasburg, soooo much tasty food. Kind of like est street markets in Brisbane but not set up as well, more just market stalls under tents but ...
... the river and brought us to the Staten Island ferry terminal where we were able to board a free ferry without having to wait. This ferry goes quite near to the Statue of Liberty and we were able to take photos. Standing at the back of the ferry also gave us good views back to the city.
At Staten Island everyone has to get off the ferry, go into the terminal and queue to get back on if they wish to return straight away. Although most people were doing just that, there was ...
Today was mostly devoted to visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island by ferry. Luckily, I was very organised this time by pre-purchasing my tickets to visit her Pedestal and Crown months ago. When I arrived at Battery Park to catch the ferry across, the signs were already up to say they were sold out. For those who don't know Liberty's story I'll give you a brief rundown. She was built in Paris and provided to the United States by the French ...