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We had wanted to take a tour of Yale when we woke up but after looking for parking for 15 minutes and realizing it was another dark and rainy day we decided to just drive through and make our way to Jersey. From what I saw, Yale looked really nice and new haven seemed like a nice little city. The USA is a funny mix of very rich and very poor neighborhoods being very close together. You drive 1 km and you are in a whole other world. There ...
We headed to south manhattan today, all on foot. After a lengthy walk to get a table at Clinton St Baking Company, thinking we'd be fine as it's a Monday, we got there at 11am and the line was around the corner. Ridiculous, New York. So we ducked across the road and had toasted sandwiches and an awesome mango and banana shake instead. That lengthy walk for nothing meant we were way away from where we needed to be, so we legged it back ...
... many pictures of the museum, outside and inside the museum, and during my trek home.
Just a note: I noticed that many of the impressionist paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of ...
... getting on the boat line. This takes ages. We finally board the boat and enjoy the quick trip out to Liberty Island. The view of the city landscape as the boat moves away from Manhattan is awesome.
We get to Liberty Island and ask about getting up to the crown. Unfortunately we are told that you had to prebook the tickets online and the usual wait is three months. So we are stuck with walking around the grounds only. After lunch where I was enticed by the crinkle fries, we ...
... Emma). After that we joined, what seemed like, every tourist in Manhattan to get on a boat over to see the Statue of Liberty. The view from the top deck were impressive of both the green lady herself but also at Manhattan.
We spent a few hours sat looking at the view and wandering around the island. It was lovely to sit and appreciate where Sandra's hard earned pennies had brought us and how lucky we are to be able to travel the world.