Aka United Nations
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... and personal with the local turtles. The sun was out and there were plenty of locals busy relaxing, exercising and socialising beneath the trees. We had a fantastic time skylarking around on the swings (see pics) and trying to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife. Amy was particularly enamoured by the local wildlife saying that she wanted a a squirrel and a chipmunk to take home in her luggage. It sure would ...
... so I guess it makes it easy on the map to look for that destination. We ride the subway all the way back into town, it felt like an hour later, because there was at least 20 different stops. We jump off and walk back to our hotel and I get to see the room for the first time. It’s perfect and all we need, modern and a huge king bed… I’m definitely happy!
We decide it’s still really early and we got back quicker than we ...
... the ferries.
Everything is melting on the boat
The water temperature is 26.3c (79.4f) and the air is 30c (86f) Joe reckons it will hit 32c (90f) Bryan back looks really red. Jody had put a lot of sun cream on him at the start so she hoped he wasn't burning.
The police shot off at one ...
... at Staten Island we got straight back on the ferry and returned to Manhattan to see more famous places on the South of the island. We headed straight to Wall Street to see the stock exchange, thats where they bust out of in the third batman! Alex then took us to the 9/11 memorial, I thought it was amazing, a really fitting remembrance to what happened and also very harrowing when you see all the names on the plaques. They've built two giant ...
... watching all the runners and cyclists. The day was perfect and everyone was relaxing in the open spaces. New York has some lovely other green spaces, including Bryant Park, Madison Square Gardens and the High Line, which is a disused railway line which they have turned into a garden and walk way. The city also had some great eating neighbourhoods with cool food markets and al fresco dining. We enjoyed some tasty Italian food in Little Italy with a ...