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... good beer and great snacks. Just what we needed.
Wednesday 16 September
New York City
Hotel update - the sheets were clean and the bed was comfortable.
31C today!!! From zero two weeks before. I had travel pants that had zip off legs. Al only had long trousers or jeans. Thank god it wasn't humid.
Our NYC friend Laura recommended Sullivan Street Bakery on 9th for breakfast and that's where we went ...
We woke up and you guessed it, watched some more Sons of Anarchy. Will's sister Dale would be so proud of us. We wanted to wait until mid afternoon to leave for the Empire State Building as we wanted to not only see the view but enjoy the lights as it changed into night time and it was worth the wait. We arrived to another line but it progressed relatively quickly and before you know it we had our tickets and audio tour and headphones. We worked our way around to ...
... early HS for an engineering, programming course per sea. The issue is the lack of mathematical understanding that the teachers have.
... the river and brought us to the Staten Island ferry terminal where we were able to board a free ferry without having to wait. This ferry goes quite near to the Statue of Liberty and we were able to take photos. Standing at the back of the ferry also gave us good views back to the city.
At Staten Island everyone has to get off the ferry, go into the terminal and queue to get back on if they wish to return straight away. Although most people were doing just that, there was ...
... was disappointing, But still walking around the deck and looking up at the statue was still breathtaking it is huge! And until you see if I don;t think you can appreciate the grand scale of it.
Next stop was Ellis Island, which is the island all the immigrants arrived at. The museum was really interesting it told the story of the changes in American history with migration changes. To end the day we headed over to the seafront and chilled on the ...