Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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(Deep Breaths Mini, deep breaths... This still brings up a lot of unresolved emotion....LOL)
Out side the chill in the air announces that winters are almost here. Tall men in trench coats, call out "Taxi Chaiye" (Need a Cab) in their accented learned and rehearsed hindi. I give them a, "Can't you spot a local gal pal" FYI the Immigration guy said- Welcome Home Miss, So get the drift. Also, by now I have decided i'm going all local n taking the ...
... top of the monument. Our legs were like jelly when we got back down but the views were kinda worth it – it was a lot of steps...
Having seen as much as we could in the time we had, we packed up Bruce and steered him toward New York City. The GPS said it would take 2.5 hours. It didn’t. Stupid American drivers managed to crash ...
... party for all members with a July birthday. The party deejay allowed our kids the opportunity to dance with the seniors which was awesome!!! The kids commented on the funny comments from the "adorable" seniors especially when they were winning a game but also noted how the slow songs brought sadness to some. We are moving on tomorrow to a new project which is exciting but a bit sad as we became quite attached to our new friends, especially Crystal, Kenny, ...
... in my stroll I came across a soccer field right along the boardwalk. There was a pick up game going that had a very interesting mix of people. While mostly young men there were a couple high school boys, three college aged girls and a few older guys (one easily in his 50's). They were quite intense and some were very skilled. After watching that for a bit I proceeded to my haircut (a bit pricier than one in Pine) and on to the library. Along the way I found a ...
... 8221; It felt like a scam, but what other options did I have? Everyone said not to bother going to the consulate, including the person making me reapply at CKGS. I had to use the filthy computer in the corner, which didn’t have a chair, so I squatted and retyped the entire four-page application. When I’d finished, I flagged down a manager named Sumitra, who promised me she would put my passport in a special pile that would make it to the consulate the next ...