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... used to think that in this country, how barbaric and backward!" The statue itself (unlike The White House) is much bigger than it looks on TV, she pretty damn huge. Her nails are apparently the size of your forearm! After visiting the statue the boat took me to Ellis Island, which is included in the price to the statue. There is a museum that you can visit on the island but I decided no to go and instead just observed the New York skyline. After that I ...
... learning to use a 'daisy player'/ CD player. It was run as a name that tune type game, of children's TV themes, the class were gripped and broke out into song several times. My takeaways from NYISE are... Do we over correct our young people? Do we do enough to support our families? Do we use enough student interest subject matter in our curriculum? I also offered to bring Oauni back in my case as he was possibly the cutest kid ice ever heard ...
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The cost for both adult and children is $17.00 if you visit
I spent an hour or two just watching the people ice-skate before I had a go myself. To my surprise I could actually do it after a few falls.
At 6pm I returned to my hotel tried and happy.
... as it is free to go across. Cirsty gets a good lead on the rest of the pack when the gates open. The manage to get a seat on the upper level facing the Statue. Ryan and Cirsty alarmed when late comers onto the ferry take up a standing position in front of them blocking the view. Cirsty resorts to standing on her seat. Pair are happy with their free trip across the water. ...
... tulips and blue bells. We grabbed some nice pictures whilst wandering round the large patches of grass and other tourists relaxing in groups. After, we went to a cheap ticket place to see whether we could get a broadway bargain. Unfortunately, the broadway tickets were around $80 each in comparison to the off-broadway shows which started at around $40. We decided to see 50 shades, the musical parody and got tickets for the matinee the following day. What we did not really ...