Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Haskell
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... 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 ...
... in Queens and New York and with the history and
technological change in motion pictures, which I found mildly interesting.
I am unclear as to where Astoria ends and Long Island City
begins, but the other attraction in the Astoria area is the Isamu Noguchi
Museum, a converted industrial space a block from the East River that houses a
large sculpture collection by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi. The works
are mostly abstract ...
... were very kind) and spoons from Celina's handbag collection. This will be our breakfast for the rest of New York followed up with a Starbucks Coffee. It took us over an hour to find our hop on, hop off bus this morning after getting redirected I don't know how many times. After 4000 steps we ended up 100 m from where we started and commenced our tour for the day. We only have a three day bus pass so need to make the most of it. It seems that there is a lot of ...
... were at 130 something... The hostel was at 103, so off we jumped and back onto the correct train. HI hostels is where we are for the next 4 nights... It's very nice, with an amazing sandwich/coffee shop inside, we couldn't resist having our lunch there as we were starving... This also have us the perfect time to plan the next few days! Central Park was the chosen destination for the afternoon, on a map it appears easy to navigate with only a ...
... disguise as its less time we have to spend outside in the cold and wind. We pass through security with sniffer dogs and get on the next ferry. Looking around everyone is rugged up holding onto their clear plastic start village bag, if It didn't fit in their you couldn't bring it. We found two empty seats and sat down resting our legs as much as possible. I talked to a few more runners, snacked on a last minute energy bar and an energy drink, and tried to take my mind off the ...