Residence Inn Plainview Long Island
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The adventure begins......up at 4sm to give Toby some free time before we left. Car was fully loaded last night.....Nick woke at 4:15 ready to get in the car and go! We let the girls sleep as long as possible and finally woke them and we were on the road by 5:45.....5:50am....."are we there yet?" Asked Nick, this is going to be an interesting trip …
... the buffet breakfast was sparse. While all other hotels provided linen napkins, the Green Lotus could only muster up tiny paper napkins. I provide this only as means of comparison.
We flew almost 20,000 miles on 7 different flights. 5 were internal. All flights were on a variety of Chinese airlines. Security was intense at each airport. When you thought you had passed the final security check, there was always ...
... ground. As we're only an hour into our 16 hour flight, this might just be the "flight from hell". We're really not sure if all the extra leg room will turn out to be ables sing or not. Time, and lots of it will tell.
We are now five hours into our flight. All remains quiet as the infant is sleeping. The bulk head wall pulls down and doubles as ac hanging table and by adding a bassinet, a place to sleep. As Carolyn was sitting in the middle seat,she ...
... pretty amazing. After taking the obligatory photos we headed to the food hall for lunch. L & L shared some Chinese while I had a bagel with cream cheese. We then headed off on the subway to the Brooklyn Bridge which we walked across to Brooklyn. It was very hot and sunny by this time - our umbrellas didn't get used again but by the look of the forecast they may get used tomorrow! We stopped at a cafe for a drink but ...
... there. I also loved that wherever you look you see amazing architecture. It was a photography dream really. The streets of NYC actually buzz and hum with all the people moving along in different directions. Then there are the gratings along the streets and sidewalks. The steam sometimes drifts its warmth up from deep in the bowels of the city and you are constantly reminded that underneath your feet is the beating heart of the city breathing like ...