La Quinta Inn & Suites Fairfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the queue to trade our New York City Pass for two tickets to the museum, and was able to book two places in a guided tour only with a 30 minute wait. Due to this we actually had a real stroke of luck. We had to jump the queue and go straight in to meet the tour.... Dirty looks from the long lines of folk who watched us ushered into a lane with no one in it and straight to the front. Inside we got our headsets and met our guide and started the ...
... killed. The most crazy drive we've had yet. But we made it. I had a sleep, yes I know wasting time but I just feel so rotten I can't help it!! We went out to Madison square park to have tea with Stephen and Brian last night at Shake Shack which according to them are the best burgers in NYC, and I have to say they were worth the 45 minute wait in the line. I made friends with a squirrel and it was all so cute. We ...
Literally... We woke up had breakfast and shopped from 10am until 4pm. We went around Herald Square where the famous Macy's is. There is such a thing as "too big" and this shop was it. I was totally overwhelmed and ended up not finding anything because there was too much to look at! It was worth a visit though to see just how big it really is. We split ...
... realized just how huge and overwhelming it was. There were cars and lanes everywhere, and could not figure out how to get to Terminal 4 or figure out where to park. Eventually we figured it out and I called Dad and Keegan for a few minutes to formally say goodbye to them. Mom and I finally got inside this enormous airport and first saw the lines and lines of baggage check-in areas. I ended up in a few wrong lanes before I got ...
... the ferry. Possibly as a direct consequence of what we were about to see next. Back on Manhattan it was just about dark, and we walked up the west side of the island towards the 9/11 memorial, built on the former site of the Twin Towers. Here, a poignant memorial site has been built to commemorate those that lost their lives in the attack, which was described recently by Jonathan Freedland as the ‘defining moment of our time’. Two huge pools had been dug into ...