Courtyard By Marriott Tinton Falls
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We spent the first half of the day exploring the nearby downtown suburbs of Soho, Chinatown and Little Italy. We couldn't resist popping into Georgetown Cupcakes for a cheeky sample while in Soho and a little bit of outlet shopping!! We had delicious banh mi (Vietnamese Pork Rolls) for lunch in Chinatown, then made our way to the 9/11 Memorial. The memorial was extremely informative and interesting - we spent about 2 hours there; it ...
... soho, enjoying all the shops. At about 5 I caught the subway over to Brooklyn to the hostel to start the tour. Staying at the New York loft hostel, and it's very nice. Relaxed in the hostel for a couple of hours before the welcome meeting. There are 12 people on the trip for the first week, they all seem nice. Because it was the 4th of July, rather than going for dinner we went to the edge of the east river to watch the fireworks from the barges in the river. It ...
We went on the Staten Island Ferry today, mainly for it's renowned views of the Statue of Liberty. An unusual tourist attraction, it's free!!! And we weren't disappointed with the views of the Statue or the views back to Manhattan. If you look closely at the photo of Lady Liberty, you'll see the tiny people milling down below to give you an idea of the size. One of our tour guides said that ...
... and photography are stunning, but so is the building. I was lucky enough to have a free tour of the building, and learn about its fabulous history, visiting the National Archives too, and also discovered why you go through a rigorous security check to enter the building - it's HQ for the Department of Homeland Security, and the Coastguard. We didn't get to tour those floors! Wednesday morning was an even earlier start. We had to be at the Lincoln Centre Box Office to ...
... going to hire a bike but there are lots of restrictions on where you can go on a bike so decided to walk) and headed down town through various nooks and crannys of the park. Hyde Park it is not. The park is 4 km long by approx. 1km wide - making up 843 acres. It has undulating parts, flat parts, rocky parts and wooded parts. If you lived in the city you can definitely get your dose of 'space' here in Central Park.
I just love this art deco ...