Fairfield Inn & Suites Parsippany
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... We headed down literary walk, a fairly famous walkway in the park and up to the loeb boathouse, where a few famous movies had been shot. It was pretty cool till we were waiting an hour for a table and ended up getting a ****** one. Ah well. We then walked back from 83rd to 40th where our hotel was. That was 43 blocks... me busting to go to the toilet since the beginning, and having not mastered the subway yet, we walked. Halfway through we got to ...
... headed back to Manhattan to grab lunch and do a walking tour of Wall Street. It was actually really good, 90 minutes of wandering around with a guide learning about the history of it all and we really learnt a lot that we had no idea about. The walking tour finished at the 9/11 memorial museum so we headed straight in there to check it out. WOW is it huge! We were in there for over 3 hours and felt like we were skipping stuff because it all got a bit much to take ...
... boats, skateboarding. Everything you could possibly think of. Such a great place to be. It went from a bustling city to a calm and beautiful park where you could get lost as its so big. We walked past a lake, went up to a castle and looked out over the park. A Chello was playing and there was some shade thank god! After a while we decided to go and find some food, they say Central Park is not a good place to be when the sun goes down. Times Square was even busier by this point so ...
... Pedestal or Crown, as tickets for these are very limited and need to be booked at least 3 months in advance (so I was told). However, it was great to finally see the Statue up close. I hit the gift shop briefly to have a look and make a small purchase, before heading back to the line for the ferry. I timed it right, only a short wait before we were underway for Ellis Island. Ellis Island is the Immigration Museum and was the first stop for all new migrants ...
Subway to downtown, a quick trip to Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange and the iconic Bull and then the excitement started.
An amazing 20mins helicopter trip over New York. A fantastic clear day to see the city, not a cloud in the sky as you can see from the photos below. You really do get a perspective on the size and shape of this city when you see it from the air. A lot of ...