Victorian Bed & Breakfast of Staten Island
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- Free parking
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... parties to view the Statue a bit closer.
We were so lucky when we got back to Penn Station, as I scanned the timetable to find that a train was leaving in 5 mins back to Secaucus and Montvale, so we dashed down the escalator and caught it in time.
That Penn Station is huge, and unless you know which line you want it's easy to get lost and therefore miss your connection. I feel we've managed really well!
... task of retaking the hill but at a heavy price; losing almost one third of their troops. This battle was one of the first signs the American Revolutionists could stand together and take on any Army. It seems they never forgot that part.
Someone (Rachael) thought it would be a good idea to climb the mere 294 steps ...
Our cunning plan sort of worked as we all slept till 0630. Didn't quite manage breakfast- bad idea not to be repeated- and got in a taxi down to the Battery Wharf.
We were on the first boat to Liberty Island and we were the first guests up to the crown of the Statue of Liberty. We were shortly joined by a (you guessed it) German family. We had read about it but the spiral staircase is tiny and the copper of the statue ...
... they sold beer as well, so that convinced us to stay. It was lovely basking in the sun and we enjoyed being able to sit on the (artificial) grass for a little while and do a bit of people-watching before enjoying some of the exhibits ... including European masterpieces and some interesting American and Egyptian sculpture and art. It is a massive museum and we were amazed to see room after room set up in traditional English period ...
... the crowded immigration sheds to be processed but rather than entering the teeming downtown they most likely jumped on a train and headed off to Pennsylvania where they settled. In fact they returned to Wales in 1900 – very probably because of the complete impossibility of finding a decent cup of coffee in this country...
Back to the cruise: we headed on round the tip of Manhattan past Battery Point heading up the East ...