Hurricane Sandy ends, Recovery begins

Jane’s Carousel in DUMBO, Brooklyn just above the flood waters

As anyone on the east coast can tell you, it has been a very challenging couple of days,  and the work is really just beginning. Here in NYC the subway system was shut down on Sunday at 7 PM in advance of Sandy’s arrival, and tours, Broadway shows, museums and more did not operate Monday, nor will they operate today. There was and is severe flooding throughout the city and there is no timetable for public transportation to begin running again. Currently all area airports are closed as well. We have nothing but faith in the city’s emergency workers to get everything up and running again as fast as humanly possible – NYC is stronger than the strongest hurricane!

A portion of the West Side Highway

Our commitment is to be here for those who are currently visiting or planning to visit New York as we manage our own recovery efforts as well. Unfortunately, our e-mail server is currently down due to the storm. We hope to get it working again as quickly as possible but in the mean time you can reach us by joining us at Facebook.com/NewYorkGuest and sending a message, sending a tweet at twitter.com/NewYorkGuest or by commenting below with your contact information. Someone will get in touch with you shortly.

We wish everyone the best and are thinking of those who have a major personal recovery ahead of them. May it be as painless as possible!

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