Holiday Inn Express Brooklyn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Make sure you book a parking space as trying to park a car on Saturday night was a challenge.
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... the ferry for the Statue of Liberty goes from. After a short line up I got my ticket and headed to security. Security line number one of the day! I first went to Liberty Island, where the statue is. It's massive but nowhere near as big as movies would have you believe. I did the audio tour which was ok but after a quick loop of the island and some selfies I was ready to go. Ellis Island was pretty interesting but the crowds of school kids here were a bit off putting. I ...
Had breakfast down stairs and then left headed towards Wall Street. Booked tickets on the hop on hop off bus. Caught the bus to Wall Street and got off and found Bluestone lane coffee shop (they are Aussies who started up coffee shops with Australian coffee). It was sooo nice I finally have some decent coffee. Walked down to the lucky Golden bull and had photos taken then walked along Wall Street. ...
... is where the richest of the richest live! The amount of money within the architecture and these building was insane. I went to one of the shopping centres in the region and I have never seen clothes this expensive. To buy a casual outfit, you could very easily spend over $1000. It was definitely a good story to tell people, but I definitely did not buy anything.
There was a New York ...
... blared out "Welcome To New York" we took the New Jersey Turnpike and then the Lincoln Tunnel. I made one wrong turn and boom! Right in the middle of Times Square on a Saturday night at 9pm. It was utter mayhem. Dazzling bright lights everywhere, yellow cabs and NYPD cop cars zooming past in a blaze of sirens and lights.
There were literally thousands of people milling around. I'd always wanted to come here but not driving a massive beast of a Jeep, ...
... dinner right next door at The Perfect Pint, an Irish Pub, which was fun.
Then, we headed for Rockefeller Center and The Top of the Rock. We arrived just at Sunset and it was beautiful. This attraction has, in the past few years, become at least as popular as the Empire State Building. We had a great time again taking pictures from above and enjoying the beauty and the grandeur of New York City.