Quality Inn Long Island City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Nay now has a sore throat and I have red hands from enforced repetitive cheering and clapping. However it was a good experience we both enjoyed, despite coming to the conclusion that the show really has no purpose whatsoever!
Filming done, we stumbled into Chinese restaurant Shun Lee, which wasn't a great start to the frugal eating we really need to be starting, but the food, décor and service was great! After lunch we procured a US SIM ...
... Nelson Jackson and Sewall K Crocker drove a car called The Vermont from one side of the US to the other. On the way they acquired a little dog called Bud. The car didn't have a roof or a windscreen and the dust irritated poor little Bud's eyes so much he got his own pair of goggles. Cute! And now the car itself is in the museum.
There was also the original star spangled banner on display in a dimly lit room where no photography was allowed. Sorry folks. It ...
... watching them). Once across the bridge we had some lunch sat by the river looking across at Manhattan and then walked back with a huge ice cream from the ice cream factory. One scoop out here seems to equate to 3 back home.
That afternoon Thomas and Marcus headed up to Central Park to wander around in the sunshine (I decided to rest my weary feet after all the walking before lunch). Of course, with Marcus being a huge Beatles fan ...
... towers rescuing people and then going back in to save other people. Many of them doing so at the cost of their own lives. It's hard not to get emotional at the inhumanity man is capable of and the humanity man is capable of. Going to the museum and seeing the site was quite eerie and strange, I feel this strange connection with this place, mainly because I can recollect the events. I think it's a day most people will never forget, especially the people of New York ...
... to us was when the were having their observation done. Or maybe they didn't mention alcohol in high school history texts at all. Who knows. At any rate, America was founded to distill rum that could be traded for slaves. He told us all about how and why people switched from distilling rum to distilling whiskey, the influence of Irish immigrants on the subject, and how prohibition shut down the thousands of distilleries that were in New York at the beginning of the 20th ...