Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel
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... envisioned technological changes such as the
Internet and growth in mobile telecommunications. In that era New York was also
very much the center of things, by far the most important city in both the U.S.
and the world, a dominant role it’s lost over the last half century even if it’s
still officially the world’s biggest metropolitan area economy.
I recall my parents both talking about visits to the
1964-1965 fair as residents ...
... most part) and luckily I have the most amazing and supportive parents in the world! I was nervous to tell them what I had up my sleeve; it would have crushed me to not have their support. I started with my dad, I called him one night and said "dad, you want to hear the new PLAN?" One of the best parts about my dad? He ALWAYS wants to hear the plan, even if it is the most ridiculous thing ever. Such as “Dad, I’m going to move to NYC and I don’t have a job, ...
... Wow. The balloons, bands and floats were fantastic. Snoopy, SpongeBob, Spider-Man, Kiss, Sesame Street, NYC bridges and roads, giant blow up animals, the Harlem Globetrotters and so much more.
Enjoy the photos.
We went back to our room to thaw out and will be joining Bob later tonight for a traditional Thanksgiving ...
... but also because there's no aggressive or threatening looking people around. We walked Jolanta to her accommodation on 50th street and walked the 6 blocks back to ours via a different avenue - Broadway. The street numbering system here totally lacks imagination but is wonderfully functional. With no local knowledge you know where places are relative to each other just by the address. We got back to our hotel at midnight and had been up over 24 ...
... and we had the place to ourselves. It was nice to chit chat with my beloved after our last day in Manhattan.
Our last stop was Time Square one of my favourite places in NYC. You feel so small amongst the tall building and the lights. The hub of activity around you is exciting (and annoying if you want to get some where). While Hinesh took his night time TIme Square shots I stand still and just soak it all in. I'll be back again one day to this great city. But for now, its ...