Super 8 JFK Airport/Jamaica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good overnight stay - hotel is quite dated only one elevator and the room was a reasonable size and most importantly it was clean!
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Had an early start today - 0600 pickup from Crowne Plaza Costa Mesa to LAX - great run - well even Californians sleep in on a Sunday!
Travelled on QF107 LAX/JFK - got Premium today which was just fine - crew were fantastic and really looked after us!
It was when we arrived in NYC that the fun began - caught a shuttle to our hotel …
... owner makes more money from the billboards on the building then he would have tenants he makes at least $15 million from the billboards.
Empire State Building: The total height of the building, including the lightning rod, is 1,454 feet. The building was actually completed ahead of schedule, taking only one year and 45 days to build. There are 1,860 from street level to 102nd floor. There are 6,500 windows. What a lot to ...
... What a mess, especially with the rain falling. It was supposed to be a four hour trip to Gaithersburg, MD where my step-sister lives, but it took more like seven. The Belt was tied up not only because of the rain, but because they were cleaning the left lane. Great, just great! It was slow going on the 78 across Staten Island, especially as we neared the Goethals Bridge. Then a wrong turn onto the Jersey Turnpike was quickly corrected ...
We spent quite a lot of time wandering around the statue 'checking her out' from all angles before getting a boat back to Manhattan via Ellis Island. The views from the boat of the Manhattan skyline are very impressive. We recommend doing any kind of boat tour (or the free Staten Island Ferry) to see NYC from the water.
Today began with a lazy start, as it's cold and overcast and raining sporadically.
We are meeting my Niece, Claire, this evening in Manhattan. Claire is from the Scotland based side of the clan. She is completing a Marketing internship with a Finance company in New York.
With the weather clearing around lunch time, we headed uptown to Wall Street and the financial district. Suits, suits and more suits. Does anyone know why it’s called "Wall Street" ?