14 Jan Astoria Bowl:
Whenever I go to a new neighborhood (or just a neighborhood that isn’t particularly close to where we live) for an appointment or short visit, I like to find some enjoyable way to spend my time. I try to find a local park or lake and if the weather isn’t particularly nice, as happened during our trip near Queens, we often stop at a nearby bowling alley or other indoor attraction.
We pulled up to the building of Astoria Bowl and were happy to find a parking lot. We didn’t have to search the streets for parking. We weren’t disappointed when we entered Astoria Bowl. It was a nice sized bowling alley with 28 lanes. The bowling alley was well kept and we even got to see the floors being polished while we were there. (It was during a regular weekday in the middle of the day-not many people were there.)
There was also a sports bar on premises, a few video games and a fast food counter. The staff was friendly and eager to help. We had a great time.
Posted: January 14, 2021
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