BEST WESTERN Hazlet Inn
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... as typically Cypriot, a ground pork, onion, and spice mixture
called Shieftalia rolled in a flatbread sandwich with Tzatziki.
The main part of Long Island City across the Queensboro
Bridge from Manhattan and centered around Queens Plaza and Court Square stops
on the subway lines to Manhattan nowadays looks like a scene from China. The
amount of new office and residential construction in the neighborhood is quite
astounding. I don’t think ...
... First stop Empire State Building.....wow! To start we took the NY SKYRIDE which was a simulation of a helicopter ride over the island of Manhattan NY. Very exciting, picturesque and informative, good start to the day. Next stop Level 86 observatory, albeit that the attendant suggested we wouldn't see anything because of the weather, we took a chance.....It was absolutely freezing, and super windy but the sky was blue and we could see for miles. The views were spectacular, ...
... we could blag tickets to Saturday Night Live, the lovely old man was terribly apologetic as we seemed "sweet girls" but there was no way we would be able to get any.... It turned out that One Direction were on the show and we think he thought we were major fans! Ticketless we headed back out on to the very crowded streets for a wonder round before heading to the Rum Bar off Times Square for a drink before heading home... This time on the correct ...
... a bus, and get warm again. By the time the bus drops us off it has taken around 3 hours to get from my hotel to the start line. As we get off the bus there is more security, and ever runner has a wand scan. Now I just need to figure out where the toilets are. It's all very organised, there are sign posts clearly showing where you need to be and lots of toilets, although there is still a line. There are 4 wave start times, I'm in wave four at 10:55, the very last wave to ...
... br> We stayed up late that night chatting and catching up, sharing stories and all that. We were waiting for the other 2 boys who's flight was in late. Scott and James rocked up around midnight with no luggage. Their luggage never made it once they transferred flights from Hong Kong, but got delivered the next night which wasn't bad.
Breezer and I spent Tuesday looking around, getting our bearings and doing some shopping. We went up to the top of ...