Holiday Inn Saddle Brook
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In the morning we got the subway to Battery Park, and then the ferry to Liberty Island.first we climbed a big staircase leading to the pedestal. From there we climbed a very narrow spiral staircase to the crown. From the outside the windows of the crown look big but when you are in there the windows seem teeny. The crown was really small, but the views were amazing. Going back down the twisty stairs was ...
... ever seen anything like it in one place in the
U.S. The tallest building is the Citicorp center, built about two decades ago,
but the area is now finally becoming a full extension of Midtown. Despite the
East River in between, Long Island City is as accessible by public transport to
Midtown as most places in Manhattan are.
There’s an additional museum in the heart of Long Island
City. The MOMA P.S. 1, a converted public school building now ...
... some looked amazingly real, others not great likeness or very fake / waxy looking? We didn't have enough time to go to the Intrepid Museum before it closed at 6 so we thought we'd close out the day with a trip up the Empire State Building for some night time shots of the city on high. The fantastic experience at Top of the Rock was not replicated here unfortunately - our first negative experience in NY. Queue to go ...
... bridge that arguable can be as famous as larger grander iconic bridges. Great photo spots throughout the park, you definitely can't help at least a few photos as you stroll along. Perhaps if you were a local, the camera might be put away for a more traditional experience of just enjoying the moment.
My last stop in Central Park was Strawberry Fields, a spot to remember John Lennon. Not hard to find once you spot the gathered singing crowd. Candles & ...
... but people just kept coming. We stayed for about half an hour and saw glimpses of the larger costumes and floats, there were not many though, mostly just people walking in costume. We'd both had enough of the crowd by now and really couldn't see anything so we decided to leave. We saw some great costumes on the way there and back though. We went for tea at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, small wait, great meal, headed for home a little earlier than ...