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... It is also a lovely part of town, with some amazing architectural buildings around, as well as some of the prettiest cafes and boutique hotels in the city. The people watching was as fun as the craft watching.
We had read that the nearby Curtis School of Music, apparently one of the most prestigious in the country, had a free graduation recital at 3 pm, so that was our next stop.
The student was guitarist Jiyeon Kim. Not being familiar ...
During our enjoyable four night stay in Chelsea, we had many memorable moments as we explored Manhattan Island on what was our second trip to New York.
We visited all three chambers within the United Nations complex that is located on the east side of Manhattan.
Established at the end of WWII, the UN is a unique and amazing place, being a mandated international ...
... Finally heard from Gav and the boys who had finished their tour. They enjoyed it but said there were too many people on the tour and therefore they ended up missing out on some photo opportunities. Billy Joel has apparently agreed to perform there once a month for the rest of his life. Elton John has performed there the most. They have pipes underneath enabling them to freeze the floor in very little time. They then ...
Arrived in New York - well, actually at Newark Liberty Airport - it took three trains to get to Jersey City and my accommodation ... the airport monorail to the Jersey Transit station at the end of the Monorail line, then the Jersey Transit train to PATH New Jersey, then PATH to Journal Square (Jersey City) ... then walk to the Hotel, which took a bit of doing as the Journal Square Station was undergoing some remodelling, and the entrances/exits ...
... Lady Liberty herself that I realised just how big she is! I got off the ferry, picked up a headset and listened to the history of the Statue Of Liberty whilst I looked back at Manhattan.. What a beautiful skyline. Whilst on Liberty Island, I learnt about the making of the statue, that it was created from copper and isn't solid but intact only the thickness of 2 pennies! Then, at 10.45 I left liberty island on the ferry that takes you to Ellis Island before sailing ...