Sheraton JFK Airport Hotel
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... uptown and then caught the bus up to Central Park. N sang "Happy Birthday" to NZ on the way (actually he sang "A bir-day you now," mixing up the song with our second verse, "How old are you now?") Noah enjoyed the playground just north of the Met, with its spray feature, fun climber/slide, etc. Like father like sun! (T used to play there as a kid!) Then we said bye bye to N and headed over to Grandma's house. We ...
... emerge from the subway into the bright morning sun some 15 minutes later. At once, we find ourselves in a much quieter and older area of New York located across the East River. Gone are the skyscrapers and in their place are upmarket and quaint buildings from a much older period in New York's history. Some of the weather boarded properties date back to the late 1780's. After much searching we find the "Bagel Cafe" and Cathy excitedly orders two smoked ...
... The day ended with many thanks and hugs!" Team Louis Armstrong: Deb Tallman, Norm Cochran, Nathan Kozel, Trevor Seidel, Kevin Tallman, Chad Cochran, Laura Burger, Alex Turner "We are assigned to the Salvation Army in Astoria NY. It is about a 1/2 hr drive from Jamaica Ave. Our leader at the site is Ken a Sargent and he loves to serve others ! His wife is also in the Salvation Army which is where they met five years ago. He often says God serves others through ...
... comes bounding over to CJ and she squeals with delight as it scampers around us.
Finallay after a great afternoon we returned via the subway to Pen Station
There is an extensive underground mall and rail depot where we joined the Troglodytes in the ritual of siting in the worlds grottiest pizza place and had THE BEST slice of pizza I have ever had - except of course for those from our own wood fired oven back in Perth
... to the JFK International Airport was, as expected, emotional. After a short five weeks together, the time has come for us to part ways. The goodbye hugs and kisses (yes, there were multiple 'goodbyes') didn't get any easier, and after waving goodbye for the final time, Hayley went through to her boarding gate for her 17-hour flight to Hong Kong, and Owen returned to Avis to rent a car and drive two-and-a-half hours to Werminster, Pennsylvania. What's next for ...