TripAdvisor Reviews Emerald Suites Brooklyn
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... acres and include thousands of different kinds of plants. There is a Shakespeare garden containing plants mentioned in the works of Shakespeare, and a huge Rose Garden, among many others. The Stein*********servatory has separate buildings for different climate zones. Many visitors come in the spring to see the cherry blossoms.
... almost got run over by a bike, bus and truck.
We then headed home and rested for a while.
Dinner was Mexican. Yum. Yum, I had a ribeye steak the size of Texas. With seven chilli rub. Yum. Mardi had a paella. We also enjoyed some yummy guacamole dips and a margarita or two.
We did some grocery shopping, important stuff, M and Ms, fruit, water, chocolate, chocolate.
We are off to Woodbury Common tomorrow for a day of ...
... said no problems and it was a good thing because it took about another hour to cover the 7 miles. The GPS kept squawking at us about going to the parkway. Taunting us. She is heartless.
Ted did a marvelous job driving side streets in Brooklyn and finally found Flatbush Ave, the road to take us to Camp Gateway and Amelia Earhart Campground. We were right about the old field called Floyd Bennett Field. This was New York's first municipal airport ...
... was keen to explain the way, provide the details and occasionally making minor changes to ensure that he included the main points of interest along the way. By the time he finish I had a clear mental picture in my head. "Up the hill, down a hill, up another hill which stay on the fat for a while, keep going, go deeper into the park until you meet the reservoir, follow it around to the right half way and then go west etc, etc". He repeated ...
All too soon our days in Las Vegas had come to an end - we would've loved more time in this place, especially as our Hotel and pool were fantastic, but we had to move on. Although we had squished a lot in in a few days, we had barely scratched the surface in terms of the casinos, as with kids in tow things can be a little difficult in a place like this. We were up early and returned our ...
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