La Quinta Inn & Suites Clifton
Travel Blogs from Clifton
... flags, balloons and people everywhere. huge crowds from around the world for the 4 hour parade that weaved through the city. A spectacle in itself, with the parties and fireworks to follow.
Well there was an upset at the bowling alley. Cameron topped 100, Peter following close 2nd, Nicole 3rd and me, the 1997 Police and Fire Games silver medalist in last position.
Lucky for us we ...
... is supposedly freshly made and was very good. Great texture. Sheena then walked us around her neighbourhood, showing us the riverside park where we watched the sun set over the Manhattan skyline, some of the new happening spots and her favourite ice-cream truck. We also briefly met up with Eric, her husband, before heading back to the city.
Today, was one of the first days, where we left in the morning and came home a night. Very tiring.
... the lady advised everyone enquiring to start queuing at 2:15 in order to get tickets. So I joined the queue about 20 past, one thing here is the queues, they curl, up and down, up and down. Little ropes leading the way. So deceiving, you can never see the end, when you turn the bend, long line in front of you. So anyways I was in the first line, before the bend, amazing, it opened at 3 by ...
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Hope all is well and you're enjoying the snow (something we thankfully missed!). It's been one week since we posted our last blog post, which means we've come to the end of our New York extravaganza. Time for an update we think!
Arriving at JFK airport a tiny bit delayed, we made our way to China Town on Monday where our 'budget' hotel was located. Wow, this is a real China Town. Unlike the one in London - which only has ...