Days Inn Long Island/Copiague
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... a show called "Shameless," which was weird but tuned out to be really funny. The State of New York issued a traffic ban: that all non-emergency vehicles were breaking the law if staying out past 11:00pm. Apparently, the snow was still accumulating in Boston- the area with the most snowfall. We heard they got 2 feet and it hasn't stopped yet. The roads had to get cleared somehow. Mom and I read and went to sleep as the storm continued, the snow accumulated, and the wind picked ...
... and why it is structured like it is. Everyday they look up if it any of the victims's birthdays and if so place a rose on their name. We then raced home and left again to see the Book of Mormons on Broadway. This musical was fantastic and funny. I loved the second 1/2. All four of us loved it. Then we walked to Rockefeller to see the XMAS tree at night in lights. Stunning. We did the touristy photo ...
... policy into NY through Ellis Island.... fairly brutal process after 3 months on a boat. Little Italy is now really one street, Mulberry St, which we will go back to eat at. We had dumplings from a hole in the wall that looked decidedly dodgy but tasted delicious. Really interesting to hear about how the grid system in Manhattan had evolved over time, where names of places came from (eg Canal St used to be a canal - ...
... the owner of the Airbnb was waiting for me but I would definitely recommend the train. A taxi is $70 including tips and the train is $2.50 for the normal leg and then $5 for the air train. If you are popular and have more than 7 friends then get a cab. It was a perfect day today in New York...sun was shining and no need for a jacket. The Staten Island Ferry is well worth it (being free) for views of New York ...
... about two thousand people in the church, which really did look like a theatre. When the singing stopped and the pastor began preaching, everyone joined in with murmurings of their 'thanks and praise to the Lord'. It was everything I imagined it would be and more besides. It would take me far too long to describe it here. Following that, well how could we follow that? - we nipped down to the subway and popped up again in China Town. Mmm, ...