Jersey City Bed & Breakfast
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... up into it, and having the view from the Statue's platform is really an impressive event.
We spent some time on Ellis Island, which was also called the Island of Hope and the Island of Tears. It's quite impressive and touching to stand where so many people's dreams, adventures, destinies were starting between 1892 and 1954.
... driving northward from Philadelphia to New York. We had asked Emily (our Garmin GPS voice) to avoid tollways… it had cost us $10 to cross over to Philadelphia from the New Jersey side the day before. So the road we took was a secondary highway, with some stop lights, but not nearly as bad as the Washington DC area. There were a few touchy spots as we approached Jersey City and found some road construction that confused Emily at a couple ...
... the lift because the homeless use it to pee in and I wouldn't want you to use it. Eeeew. Welcome to New York, hence we used the escalator with the bags.
We had to wait 10 minutes for a taxi and headed to the hotel in peak hour traffic which took 20 minutes but only cost $10 as when the traffic is busy the meter gets slowed which is a great idea. we get to the hotel and check in and go out to check out Time Square which the hotel ...