Econo Lodge Fort Lee
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Foggy and cool this morning. Had an egg sandwich for breakfast. (Sounded good - wasn't). We caught subway down to Battery Park and a short walk to Staten Island ferry terminal. The free ferry takes 30 mins to SI, past Liberty and Ellis Islands. Foggy but pleasant. Subway again, over to Brooklyn. Magnificent buildings everywhere. Brownstone apartment blocks, churches, court buildings. Small boutique shops everywhere. Very nice. Oh, and some crew were filming something ...
... spot in the line, as there weren't many seats left right on the far left hand side. I actually felt sorry for anyone else who didn't get to sit along there, because all the amazing photography opportunities would have been crowded by people and heads (especially by me). The cruise was good, it was narrated which was handy, but I mostly enjoyed it for the photo opportunities - the best shots of Manhattan. Unfortunately one of the rivers to the north of the island had been closed to ...
Notes on first day in New York . . .
Observation No. 1: At 7:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning there are two kinds of New Yorkers out and about: (1) dog walkers who seem to favor your Labradoodles, and (2) joggers who run only in a counter clockwise direction around the Jackie O Reservoir in Central Park and resent a clueless tourist walking clockwise.
... including our kids that saw it and clapped along.
Next we sat on the fountain made famous by the show 'Friends' and walked on Bow Bridge, the icon of Central Park and sums it up in a nutshell - idyllic.
After a small break in the hotel rooms and an early dinner, the kids were walked to Times Square. Wow! The whole world seemed to be there. Standing in the middle of the hustle and bustle, the only place you can rest your ...
... billionaires sleep at night...
Our time had arrived for the 9/11 museum. Now typically, every museum we have ever been to contains junk that we can never relate to. The 9/11 museum was the first museum where we both had vivid memories of the tragedy that took place that fateful day in 2001.