Days Inn Long Island/Copiague
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... take us too long to find the Hampton Inn, and checking in was quite easy. Once we brought everything up to the room, Mom and I relaxed for a bit. I was noticed of my flight cancellation and contacted Carol and Meghan immediately. I was able to re-book and get on the same flight as Meghan, which now leaves on Wednesday, 1/28 at 9:10pm. Now, Mom and I have a couple extra days to spend together near the City and I can't complain one bit. After we got situated, we decided to venture ...
... district had a photo with the famous ball. A long que to get a photo with its head so had it with his tail instead - see photo!!! We had Lunch in little Italy at a restaurant called Napoli. We had squid, pizza, pasta and osso bucco. Delicious! Next we did the 911 walking tour, visiting the memorial and museum. This was very moving and very sad. The memorial is beautiful. Like Washington everything has ...
... different. Just a great place to sit, enjoy a great cup of tea and full tea service with sandwiches, cake, macarons and scones. We sat for ages reflecting on our trip.
We also created a little time capsule and hid it in a book on the book shelf. I wonder if it will be there next time we visit.
After tea we slowly made our way home and started the big job of packing. ...
Had breakfast down stairs and then left headed towards Wall Street. Booked tickets on the hop on hop off bus. Caught the bus to Wall Street and got off and found Bluestone lane coffee shop (they are Aussies who started up coffee shops with Australian coffee). It was sooo nice I finally have some decent coffee. Walked down to the lucky Golden bull and had photos taken then walked along Wall Street. ...
... the 12 century. I was gobsmacked.
After that we walked through Greenwich Village and over to the East Side and Freddie showed me the historic music venues and locations of the 60's and 70;s bringing the history of this part of New York to life.
Being a local musician and producer who has gigged in the city for many years, he is extremely knowledgable about the area. The tour was predominately on foot and he had many anecdotes to convey, ...