Hilton Garden Inn Ridgefield Park
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... get to see (and photograph) so much more. So I made my way along Central Park West until I made it to the Museum. I couldn't have missed it. There was so many people across the road and in front of it!! I climbed the steps and entered through the swivel door. OMG! The entry area was at absolutely capacity with people lining up to go in and/or just take photos inside the huge entry area. Although I was expecting to see T-Rex there in the entry/foyer area (based on the Night at ...
... then we found a bubba gumps and had some lunch. We both ordered a shrimp dish and we ordered too much again. Then we caught the subway back home for a lay down before we have to go to Madison square garden to watch the Knicks game. Well we went to Madison square garden and it was mind blowing. It was a shame the Knicks lost but it was still an unforgettable ...
... again and decided to visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, which has an impressive immigration museum. The Statue of Liberty was apparently donated by the French, who ironically decided to face her towards France to make a wider point about Napoleon’s tyrannical regime. Anyway, the US happily adopted her. Her thumb is as big as your forearm, so gives you a certain idea of scale. It was majestic to behold, especially from Ellis Island as ...
As We headed out we were treated to a clear but cool day. We had planned to walk the high line, but the wind was whipping down the Hudson so we instead opted to walk through Chelsea markets.
We started first though with brunch at the Cookshop. We also explored some of the shops in this area. Around 16th to 20th streets along Ninth avenue. It's amazing how quickly this area changes ...
... in a crowd, was quite fun zigzagging and dodging people. Ran through central park to visit the finish line, slight uphill rise to the finish, that's going to hurt. Getting a bit excited now. Weather still quite warm. We grabbed breakfast and ate on the train on our way to the Statue of Liberty, Maddie nicely booked our tickets online last night, with a visit to the pedestal and museum included. So glad we booked ahead lines were quite long, we were able to pick up ...