Taking the JetBlue Red Eye. Leave at Midnight. Arrive JFK at 6:00 AM.
One Plane. No Changes.
You’re in New York at 6AM with Check-In Not Until 3PM.
What to Do with 9 Hours and a Very Tired Family of 4?
How About a Parade?
The 111th Annual Independence Day Parade in Brooklyn?
Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens.
On June 25. Early, perhaps, but perfect timing for Us.
Flags. Flags. Flags.
Everyone Gets a Flag.
St. Paul’s Church. The Parade Starts Here.
A refuge from the Heat and Building Crowds Outside.
Steeple under Construction.
Mounted Police Lead the Parade.
Clearing Court Street of Traffic and Parked Cars. Not an Easy Feat.
Brooklyn Bikers, Black Leather, Cigars, Moxie and More.
Knights of Columbus. Proud and Strong.
Pipe and Drum Band. Tuning Up.
On the March with Kilts a-Flutter.
Filling My Soul.
Even the Butcher Takes a Moment for Brooklyn Pride.
What’s a Parade without Vintage Vehicles.
Need a Respite in the Heart of Brooklyn?
What about a Cat Café!
The Cat Café. A Cat Rescue Non-Profit for Cat Adoptions.
$5 gets you 30 Minutes of Cat Cuddles.
Paid with Her Own Money (!)
Celebrations in Brooklyn.
But Up for 24 Hours and Failing Fast.
A Magical Start. Loving New York.
Aw, those cats are so cute. Red eye flights can be tough, especially when everyone is exhausted after landing. It looks like you choose great activities to pass the time until check-in at 3:00pm.
Eden | Mint Notion
Hi Eden: Thanks for visiting. The Red Eye made for a very long jam-packed day. But a good day!