Holiday Inn Hasbrouck Heights
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... Fields was a popular spot, especially around the 'Imagine' mosaic. Central Park is brilliant. The bloke who thought he was channeling the spirit of John Lennon was sadly mistaken, but no matter, everyone was out walking, riding, being wandered about in horse drawn carriages and bicycles ($3 per minute). More gorgeous little squirrels and dogs dressed most elegantly. Good ...
We made arrangements to meet Bob for lunch followed by a behind the scenese tour of the Woolworth building. The day greeted us cold and wet, so we didn't do anything before heading to City Hall park to meet Bob.
When we caught up Bob took us for a walk around the World Trade Centre precinct and across to the new Hudson Eats. A really cool eatery with some great food and views of the Hudson River. We popped into Bob's daughters place and said hi to Cari. Grabbed an umbrella ...
... and timed it just right to walk straight onto a waiting ferry. During the ferry ride we got our first views of New York, Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn bridge. We got off on liberty island, our ticket included an audio guide and we spent an hour walking around the island. The statue is made of copper and that is why it is green in colour and was amazed to find out that such a large statue was only the size of two penny's thick and otherwise hollow with a ...
We were ready to go by 11am and met up with Jolanta. We went to 9th avenue to a general area called Hells Kitchen for brunch. We were subsequently told by a guide that many years ago the area was so tough that it was nam that by the Police. Today it's a popular place for the locals to eat and nearby for us, just two blocks over. We had brunch al fresco. The day was fine, pleasant in the sun, but a bit cool out of it. On the way to catch the subway to go to the financial ...
... activity perfect for a school group.
I walked to a nearby cafe called Starbucks that was recommended to me by some people on the High Line tour, the food was amazing, I had a Caesar salad which was lovely, and it was on fullton street right near central park.
I decided to use the subways to get to my second activity I did that day was to visit the Metropolitan Museum of ...