Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
That brick is on my quick guide to NYC.
agreed - i get the same feeling coming back through most parts of laguardia
they'll move the world's most famous arena for you guys.
The American terminal at LaGuardia makes me seriously want to wear gloves and a respirator. It's awful (like just about everything relating to American).
They *should* tear it down. It's a terrible arena.
Obviously, will never happen, and the Farley Post Office thing seems like just a pipe dream.
The only part that remains livable is UWS. Extended evening hours at Met is where I hide.
I think I litterally got depressed the first time I was in penn station.
yesterday City Council limited the permit to 10 years, that's a start
have you been in since the renovation? It's got some pretty cool stuff going on.
Barclay's center is terrible.
Last time I was there was in, probably, 2009?
Barclay's center is indeed pretty bad. The acoustics in there are *awful*. Haven't been to a game there though. Still, I'd rather go there than the Garden.
ok, so def. pre-renovation. I can assure you that it's MUCH nicer now, this is what a billion gets you. The general area before you enter your seat aisles is similar to the Barclays' with fancy restaurant options and the like.
How did you like stumpton's coffee, I personally prefer cafe grumpy over that
Is there a big nice clean airport in the US in general? Just general question...
I don't drink coffee.
I did have dinner at The Breslin, which was pretty good.
How old was this photo, 20s or early 60s?
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