Hotel Executive Suites
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... icon of New York and of course then had to make the mandatory visit to the gift shop. On the return trip the ferry calls into Ellis Island which was an immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954. It covers 27.5 acres of land. We returned to Battery Park and further boosted the economy with the purchase of 15 NY hats which were the cheapest and best we had come across. We all meet back at our hotel for happy hour and swap info on the days ...
Got up at 5:50 to ensure we got to battery park in time for the Liberty Cruise. We got the Subway there and arrived for 7:10 am. In the Statue of Liberty the steward would it let Riya up to the crown but when she switched shifts we got Riya up there so we were chuffed and ...
... br> 6:28 Going under 59th St bridge passed Roosevelt Island. Water temperature 21.6c (71f). Feeds all replenished for next change over.
Just passed Pat and Susie who started off before us.
6:35 NYPD asked us to move over too far out!
Hells Gate in view now.
Big boat coming up fast behind us now, going to create a big wave.
Seeing runners along the water front. There are a few well wishers out too. Clapping and cheering. I think ...
... across Central Park to the north and past the Empire State Building to Downtown. Despite chucking it down with rain, it was something spectacular. - A wander around St Patrick's Cathedral (stunning) and a visit to NY Central Library, an ornate monument of marble and giant doors. What better place to take a toddler insistent on singing the ABC song over and over than a library. SHHHHHHH... Photos from today are mainly of the 'arty *****, got carried away with B&W' type. Peace. ...
... We head on out to the street and wait for the next bus to come along then get off at Battery Park to get on the ferry to take us to Liberty Island to see the Statue of Liberty. it takes about ten minutes to get there.
We head onto the ferry and have to queue up as usual and go thru the x ray and scanner. This time all ***********, belts, pockets empty and bags x rayed and first time ever you have to take your watch off!!! You can see the statue in ...