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  • 25 September 2019 - London to the Big AppleWe’ve learned from yesterday’s experience and we just have a light breakfast at the hotel. London City airport is quite small and there’s no lounge but we’re invited for breakfast in the restaurant. Eggs Royal – luxury. We Posted by HurstStone in Pete & Debbie's Travel Adventures | Sep 28, 2019
  • America, AgainI never expected to visit the US more than once in 2018 (let alone eight times!), but my first trip fared so well that I couldn’t stop myself from revisiting my neighbours to the south. It all started with Chicago Posted by madrugada in Destination (Un)known. | Mar 23, 2019
  • Day 24Another travel day as we slowly head home. Today we traveled through Ohio, Pennsylvania and are now in Findley Lake, New York..a lovely little town just over the Pennsylvania border. After dealing with some traffic in Columbus and Posted by BonJohn in Jay & Bonnie's Bucket List 2018 | Jul 18, 2018
  • Day 1We decided to start the trip a day early and start our vacation today. We headed to Syracuse (most of you know Jay and Clarion are both Alumnus), and we have some favorite haunts around here including Wegmans : Posted by BonJohn in Jay & Bonnie's Bucket List 2018 | Jun 24, 2018
  • Monochrome[center][/center] When we use the term ‘monochrome’ we might be assumed to be talking about black and white photography, but I also like to take colour monochrome photos, by wh Posted by ToonSarah in How I see the world - through a lens | Dec 1, 2017
  • LIFTED IN LISBON[b] One sunny morning in October 2009, we landed at Lisbon’s airport. After taking a taxi to our hotel in the Rua Sao Joao Da Praca, a steep street in the Alfama, we set out to explore. We boarded one of Posted by ADAMYAMEY in PORTUGAL | Sep 26, 2017
  • Introducing the authorAs a child, growing up in the sixties, family holidays were almost always taken in Britain, usually Cornwall or Wales. A holiday overseas was considered an unaffordable luxury, but there was one exception. My uncle was in the Royal Air Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Jan 9, 2017
  • Flying homeTime to travel back home. Even though New York is one of my favorite cities I do get enough of it after one week. Maybe it’s the constant noise of traffic? Or the crowded people on the streets? I don’t Posted by bejjan in New York | Jul 4, 2016
  • Chillin’Last day in New York. We really had nothing planned for today but to chill. We took the metro to Central Park and generally discussed what we had experienced during the week. [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/799557/20160703_111105 Posted by bejjan in New York | Jul 3, 2016
  • Coney IslandWoke up to a much more comfortable New York today. Although it was warm the sultry air was gone. They had forecasted super nice weather today, so what better to do than a trip to Coney Island? [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/7995 Posted by bejjan in New York | Jul 2, 2016
  • From death trap to tourist trapAs soon as we stepped outside of the hotel it was like hitting a wall of muggy air. Now it was extreme! But the weather reports told about a hefty thunderstorm later on today, thank God! [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/799557/20160701_ Posted by bejjan in New York | Jul 1, 2016
  • Silent witnessWe had the whole day full of activities and things to see so the alarm was set early today. And you could tell at the hotel breakfast that most people weren’t up yet. But we had to get up early Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 30, 2016
  • Shop until you dropMost part of this day was dedicated to shopping. Yet another warm and muggy day along the Streets of New York and it was even worse down under in the subway system. But it was still worth the effort to Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 29, 2016
  • You learn something new every day ;) [center][/center] We began the day by taking the subway south to Flat Iron Building. The building was completed in 1902 and was then one of the highest buildings in New York with Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 28, 2016
  • A City OasisA proper sleep-in would have been nice this morning, but with a body still set at Swedish time it didn’t quite happen that way. Hotel breakfast was okay, it satisfied your hunger at least. This particular morning you could tell Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 27, 2016
  • Allow yourself to be a tourist sometimes ;)After an unusual warm night and only a few hours of sleep (have never experienced more rustling bed blankets in a hotel before) you had to get up early in the morning to get ready, eat breakfast and transfer back Posted by bejjan in New York | Jun 26, 2016
  • HDTV Cam UpdateThere have been quite a few cameras added since my last update. Camera upgrades at some locations have been completed and not only ship tracker added to each site, but option of air traffic tracker on a few. By the way, Posted by Cpt_Ron in The Captain's Xpressions | Mar 26, 2016
  • SS NorwayIn 2003, there was a boiler explosion and she was removed from service. She was owned & operated by Norwegian Cruise lines for just over two and a half decades, but actually entered service as the SS France n 1962. Posted by Cpt_Ron in The Captain's Xpressions | Mar 26, 2016
  • Love the ShoesThis was our last whole 24-hour day in New York. I woke up and felt pretty alert compared to yesterday. And the nasal spray had done its miracle against both nasal catarrh and swollen nose. We just relaxed today. Went Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 8, 2013
  • Shopping at WoodburyA cloudy and all grey morning in New York. This day was planned spending on shopping at Woodbury Common Premium Outlet. Unfortunately about 500 other people were thinking the same thing. But they called in extra buses so all people Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 7, 2013
  • Madame TussaudsAnd the rain came as predicted, or at least I was cloudy and drizzled. And half of New York had planned the same thing so we weren’t exactly alone visiting Madame Tussauds today. It was barely unbearably hot in the Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 6, 2013
  • The High LineWe recompensed ourselves with a nice sleep-in this morning. Today we were spending a whole day in New York without being in time to everything. The heat hit us when we came down on 41st Street. It wasn’t just hot Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 4, 2013
  • History, memories and more…[center][/center] We got up a little earlier today to be down at breakfast at 7am. On the news they were nagging about the Government Shutdown and Obama Care whether the pres Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 2, 2013
  • Central ParkBreakfast at 8pm. The TV was on and the United States Federal Government Shutdown was all over the news and as a tourist and not being familiar with the American politic system it took a while before you really Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Oct 1, 2013
  • Walking in Midtown ManhattanThe breakfast was served daily between 7am and 10am and consisted of toast, yoghurt, milk, cornflakes and coffee. After breakfast we took off towards Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock Observation Deck. We had pre-ordered tickets online Posted by bejjan in New York and more... | Sep 30, 2013
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