Jumel Terrace Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the city’s sanctuary to the museum mile. The Guggenheim was a true bit of architectural beauty, a large white building spiralling upwards. Inside there is a ramp that spirals upwards into the dome ceiling, unfortunately the ramp was closed for building works. However there were 4 floors worth of galleries to wonder leisurely through. My favourite exhibition was the Thannhausser collection, a large collection of many different artists ...
... Breaky at our "local" deli. Great spaces for all sorts of people. Then onto the subway for a ride south to the Staten Island Ferry. The subway is great and cheap. The Staten Island ferry is FREE. About a half hour trip each way with great views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
We dropped by Wall Street and Trinity Church in the southern end of Manhattan. Quite a different area as it is older ...
... clean the house (I like that part) and they were given the title of Junior Rangers and a special Liberty Island National Park Rangers badge!! Now you can't get one of those everyday!!!! We had some lunch on the island, visited the souvenir shop and then waited at the dock for the boat to return. Luckily we were at the start of the line so we could actually sit on the seats on he boat on the return trip. On the trip to the island, the first boat of the day, we ...
... and operated right within one of the United States biggest cities - creating an interesting state all of its own!
... none of the men were used to this procedure at all; each looking fraught, then increasingly annoyed that it was taking so long. I had forgotten about American loos & I now remember why; they are so open, with huge gaps around the bottom of the cubicle, with only slightly smaller ones between the door. Flushing is a whole skill in itself. There are no clues as to HOW one flushes; sometimes they do it automatically, other times the handle is ...