The Chatwal, A Luxury Collection Hotel, New York
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is the story of many firsts: My first flight, my first time leaving the United States, and the first time I travel to France. All in all, the airport wasn't too stressful until I had to have my carry-ons searched which required unpacking two bags (I only lost one pair of headphones and an iPod charger). I simply told myself I would find a new charger in France and moved on. Now for the actual flight, I was on a night flight aboard ...
Something is telling us that we should not fly into, out of or through JFK ever ever again! Despite going with the flow, our souls were crushed by JFK and Virgin when we failed to make our connecting flight in JFK, leaving us stranded New York for the night. Now, I know that sounds exciting, so I must clarify...we were stranded at JFK airport which is an hour drive ...
... and again! The island itself was in disrepair for a long time until the main building was finally restored. It contains the "Great Hall" where all 3rd class passengers (usually new immigrants seeking their fortunes in America) were evaluated and processed before either being denied entry (and sent back on steamships) to their home countries) or passed through into the U.S. My great grandmother came from Ireland in ...
... 10 mins in, I realised that I was probably cutting the outside perimeter by quite a lot. I made up for my half lap of the park by running the 30 blocks back to the apartment and felt somewhat proud of my efforts.
This was until I was taken back to the park later that afternoon and found 10 times more park than what I'd seen earlier that day. Turns out when I ran for 10 minutes and ...
... be said about the native people of North and South America, in fact a massive museum with nearly 1,000,000 artefacts pretty much says it all. Crazy what some people collect! About 800,000 of them were collected by George Gustav Heye and donated to the Smithsonian museum when he passed. Free admission and that much stuff kept us going for a while. Turns out the Native American Indians had better cold weather gear than Bec and I do! Our friend Alain invited us to a BBQ in his ...