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... Manhattan at the weekend. I have also discovered the the NY Public Library might have some useful source material for my thesis, perhaps I will use one of my days to cram in a bit of research there - nothing like another library to add to your bibliography!
22.39pm my time, so I think it's time to sign off. I hope you are all enjoying a good night of sleep. Until our time zones cross at sensible hours...
We packed up early and headed off to the airport after breakfast to return our hire car and catch our flight to New York. Waiting on crew to come in we had a slight delay then took off about 3/4 hour late. Arrived into La Guardia airport and inquired about a shuttle service to the hotel. As the wait was minimum 20-25 mins we decided to catch a cab - which in the long run was ...
They have this great bike hire system here called "Citi-Bike". We saw it in Paris also. Basically there a bunch of bike "stations" all around the city and you can take a bike from any location (leaving credit card details in the machine) and leave it anywhere else in the city where there is a bike station. If you use the bike for a half hour or less, it is free, thereafter it is $4 per hour or $10 for the whole day. What a great idea! New York ...
... and so the city is now compelled to provide immediate access to public shelters for the homeless, but the distance from a shelter to a home still seems insurmountable. Even though they have 15,000 supportive housing units, the demand outweighs the supply. The average wait time for a family to access housing from a public shelter is nine months, and to be on the priority list they must have been homeless for at least 12 months. A fairly bleak ...
After brekky we headed to Battery Park and the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty. Did I mention we got the $31 subway pass for unlimited travel in the city for one week? It's the best thing :) It was very difficult and took a long while to find where to get our tickets - the ones we had to get from Madame Tussaud's were just the first step in what appears to be a ploy to make you give up in frustration and just buy another ticket! But we persisted and won out and will be leaving ...