La Quinta Inn & Suites Garden City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Terrible night sleep, night club close by active until about 1am, and our hotel room is next door to elevators, ice machine and stairwell ventilation so very noisy, will try another night then if no better will ask for a change. Midday booking to climb inside the Statue of Liberty and up to the crown. Don had a lie in as he has a sore ankle with gout issue, so I popped out and got us breakfast. Once ready to go went and hailed a taxi to ...
... Inside the footprint of the North Tower is the main part of the museum. This is one of the places we were not allowed to photograph. It was huge and had so many different things that I could hardly process it all. Since the museum just recently opened it was packed with people and it made it hard to navigate to see everything. I took my time getting through trying to see as much as I could, but there were still many things I ...
... you on ways to identify your Venus index, the program also has the following: body centric eating guide, exercise handbook and schedule, and neighborhood membership. The body centric eating guide reveals you the foods that you must consume to achieve your perfect shape and weight. The guide reveals you the different natural herbs, vitamins, and foods that you need to eat to enhance leptin levels in the ...
A week has passed, and the things I am experiencing in New York City are starting to, well, influence the way I think about things. In other words, my life is starting to change. My bosses took Mike and I to lunch today at a restaurant overlooking Manhattan and the Trade Center site. Delicious food. Racked up quite the bill! Mom would be proud... We were there for two hours, and talked about the state of ...
... of downtown New York. Extraordinarily Grand. The majority of New Yorkers could not afford to live in this part of town! Next bus was a tour through harlem and The Bronx starting at the Riverside Church on upper west side. interesting history lessons from this tour guide. The Bronx and Harlem now slowly being gentrified by buyers who cannot afford Manhattan. Streets dotted by typical brownstone apartment blocks and government project ...