Days Inn Long Island/Copiague
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... through my 140 photos that I managed to drunkenly take the night before at our white party. On the way to our lunch stop in Philadelphia we pulled up at the famous Rocky steps. Obviously had to attempt the run up them and shake my arms in the air at the top. Felt very surreal being there as we watched the film on the bus on the way so felt like you was on a film set. After a quick stop we went and parked and all set off for either the markets or ...
... of Keep Calm and Carry On. The views from the 104th floor are, as you'd expect, pretty spectacular. A 360 degree view from Uptown Manhattan to New Jersey, Queens and Brooklyn is an awesome sight. Oh, and the lift journey, was pretty cool too. (see video) Our afternoon was spent over the East River in Brooklyn Bridge Park where, true to form, we found a park and some swings. With a backdrop across the river to Downtown Manhattan ...
This was our third year in a row to attend the event.
The VIP area was packed.
This year they brought the food to us.
We did not have to go outside and get on line to taste the fabulous foods that the restaurant from around the country brought to NYC.
That was the best ...
... office here with a colleague which was only in Times Square so not too far from our hotel. I was excited to see a workplace in New York since that's what I spend majority of my time doing at work (designing offices). It didn't disappoint! The design was okay but the actual atmosphere and the way they treated their staff was awesome. They even had an area dedicated to snacks! This, I was well impressed with as most would know I love my snacks! We stayed and ...
... wanted to check out Roosevelt and his American Museum of Natural History in New York. It was really something to behold, with many different floors, with everything from elephants to dinosaurs, from the Cossacks to the Aboriginal peoples. I felt particularly attached to the moose on display, who made me feel right at home. If you’re ever in New York, it’s definitely worth checking out! The reputation of the New York Met Museum of Art preceded ...