Meadowbrook Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pay whatever you liked. Linda said she'd pay $50 - it certainly is menopause. We decided to go our separate ways as I wasn't really very interested. Linda - I thought it was an amazing place, and we probably only saw a quarter of it. The Egyptian section is apparently the largest outside of Egypt. It was huge as was the Greek and Roman display. I managed to squeeze 2 hours out of Grant, and I could see how locals would just go for the afternoon, many times and ...
... was going to be game time decision. As I stepped foot inside, the line to get in made the decision for me. And besides, the gift shop is as inspired? as much of the artwork inside. The Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre is immense, and the new roof going on Arthur Ashe Stadium makes that particular court even more imposing. 23,000 people for one court! They know how to put on a show, especially at night. I got into the Grandstand just in time to see ...
... which is round a Flat Iron building that obviously wasn't flat, a charging bull that stood still then eventually The Lady Liberty herself. What more can I say. Walking South we paid our respects at the 9/11 memorial gardens, which in a busy part of the city was very quiet and respectful.carried on walking South we came across a shop called fight club Well Robyn was in seventh heaven ...
... Empire State Building. When we were stuck downtown trying to get to sixth street, due to a major car incident we were wedged in gridlock traffic (which is never a good thing when your on the road with American drivers; they're happy to do ANYTHING to get where they want to). So we jumped out and went searching for a place to eat; when we came across Greenwich Village which is a small Italian ...
We walked to the Empire State Building. When we got there we took the lift to the 86th floor where an observation deck was. There were loads of brilliant views. We could see the Chrysler Building and Central Park. Then we went up to the 102nd floor. I loved it. Then we walked along Fifth Avenue. We went to FAO Schwarz, a fantastic toy shop. We spent about 2 hours ...