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 ...
... in a while, which had been missing in our lives of late. And hanging out with new friends you met on the road just isn't the same. They don't share a history with you, you can't talk about mutual friends, and every story you tell has to be preceded by an explanation ("my parents live in Melbourne.... That's a city on the other side of the country to where we live...", "So last year at Meredith... That's a music festival back home....", etc). To have the ...
... full of dried fish, dried squid, dried everything, and live crabs, lobsters, and big fish crammed into tiny fish tanks. Mmm, China Town was interesting. Back on the subway, popped up again on 34th street, Madison Square Gardens, where Janine was able to drool over tripods, monopods, recording equipment and many other electrical filmy gadgets at B and H Stores. It was gigantic as was Janine's smile. Another busy day in this busy, busy ...
Today was a day off and so a chance for us to get out and explore New York a little. First up, the High Line. Essentially an old unused railway line which neighbouring residents felt would make an ideal park. You can walk it from one end to the other or join it at any part along the way. ...
... The Bronx, Queens, Greenwich village where we saw Carrie Bradshaws house from Sex and the City. We then headed to Little Italy in Soho for lunch. After lunch we headed to ground zero and the 911 memorial it was a very sombering experience but was good to pay our respects and hear the stories from the survivors. Our tour guide had just taken a tour group up the tower 2 hours before the planes hit the towers. He is truly a lucky man. We then headed up 5th Ave and onto Wall ...