The Roslyn Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we went to Disneyland!!! Was so good. It was sunny and hot but beautiful. We started off with the Buzz Light Year ride and worked our way around Tomorrowland and Fantasyland. There was a lot of waiting in line but it was so good just to be in the atmosphere of it all. We got our photos taken with Captain America, Thor, Cinderella, BELLE and Snow White. We watched a couple parades at the end of the night and stayed around for the fire works which were all ...
Today we went to Battery park. It was fun, and we saw our first squirrels! The park was lovely. Then we went across Brooklyn bridge. It was a long walk, worth for the view though. Then we went to Shubert Theatre to watch Mathilda the musical. It was awesome! We had so much fun ...
... the musos were doing a combined rehearsal. As with all the schools we've visited on this tour, the students and staff were incredibly welcoming and hospitable.
After saying goodbye to Great Neck we returned for one last visit to Manhattan in order to walk over the Brooklyn Bridge which gave us a frat view of the East River and the NY skyline.
We've just finished a beautiful three course meal and are settling in for an early night before our return journey to ...
... way to the ticket counters, without looking back. Check in was a breeze in the priority line, and I checked in my bag, as I had to. My mom had TSA Pre Check (again!), so she skipped the security line while I ended up waiting about 5-10 minutes. Once through security, we made our way to the gate, only to discover that we were super early! (We got to the airport around 12:30pm for a 3:30pm flight!). So, we decided to eat in the airport as none of us had eaten since on ...
... stop for a while and look around the hospital ruins. 'It looks familiar' says Tony. We speak with the guy standing outside the gates and he smiles and confirms it is indeed the ruins in the Spider-Man movie. Tony's face lights up. He can't wait to tell Lewis. We leave Roosevelt feeling very relaxed. I swear I could live there but Tony ain't too keen, he thinks IRS too quiet for him - my how things have changed. We begin to head back to the hotel to pick our tickets up for the ...