Victorian Bed & Breakfast of Staten Island
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... of tears' where the towers stood. So many people visiting and so quiet. Very eerie. Found Red Symons and his family but this was not the appropriate place to become sycophantic so kept moving. Last but not least, went out to union Square theatre and saw John Waters in the 'Lennon-Through a Glass Onion'. And thus a fantastic end to and excellent ...
... we are staying. By this point me and Davina were both absolutely shattered after what was a really great day,but a long day! We got back and zonked out, but not before having to find somewhere to stay in DC. I haven't mentioned that during the day we were contacted by our host in Washington (Airbnb). With three days notice he has cancelled our booking! He apparently has to leave town on short notice because his father is ill? We have managed to ...
... It was the story of a young man in Edwardian times who was disinherited by his mother’s wealthy relations. After she died, he found out he was 9th in line to inherit an Earldom, so he set about to knock 8 of them off. These 8 characters were all brilliantly played by the one ...
... to go to Secaucus, then Penn NY station to transfer to yet another train towards Staten Island.
We just missed the ferry, but decided to get some lunch at the terminal.
We had half a filled wrap each, then it was time to stand in a sort of line for the ferry.
It was FREE. We couldn't believe it.
The ride over to Staten Island goes past the Statue of Liberty, and I tried to imagine immigrants ...
... back into the bed and snoozed for a couple of hours as it was a late night and we are all tired.
We left a little later - 10ish - to catch the bus. We made our way to Madison Square Gardens for the tour there, but were told they were not doing tours today and tomorrow as they had a private function on and were not allowing any visitors at all. Dammit.
We then walked up to ...