La Quinta Inn & Suites Fairfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... X-ray films and through examination, the exact degree of spinal misalignment producing this subluxation. Proper "adjustments" are given to remove these subluxations and thus remove the reason for pain and malfunction. Chiropractic has shown to be an effective and noninvasive remedy when it comes to severe and chronic low back pain, sciatica, neck pain, headaches (including migraines), inflammation of the middle ear, digestive ...
... with your own vegetables, dressing and khoos khoos. Also tried the new cherry Coca-cola- which turned out the same as the original drink. A good meal after a day of starving without breakfast and lunch. And the bill was on Bhavana. Now I have to search one which would entice her taste buds. - thinking thinking thinking ...
... statue was cool, slightly underwhelming, but was probably better if you actually paid to go to the island. After we returned to manhattan we made the slow meander northward towards home. Stopped by for a drink at Jimmy in Soho, and passed through TriBeCa, soho, west village and Chelsea. All nice areas with heaps of super cute streets and restaurants. By the time we got home my phone was dead and our feet were aching after what ...
... to have a look at Madison Square Garden, the entertainment arena that holds 26,000 spectators and is for sport such as ice hockey and basketball, and music. Billy Joel is playing a concert every month for a year there and is currently sold out until March. We gleaned this from security staff. The arena is some blocks away from the park but we found it okay and after a security scan we were let into the lobby. We hadn't been aware but tours are available during the day ...
... so that we can stand here today and admire it. The floors are all marble and the place is huge!
We pick up our passes right across the road and spy the Empire State Building for the first time. We have decided to go to the MOMA today as it is going to be a wet day and it is relatively close to where we are. NY is a walking city, even the glammed-up walk. There are taxis everywhere, but they get a bit gridlocked, I imagine that people who catch them spend a lot of time ...