Hyatt Place Garden City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to battery park to collect crown access and island tickets (Liberty and Ellis Islands) before 11am. Through security screening then boarded the ferry, first stop Liberty Island and the lady liberty herself, Statue of Liberty - quite magnificent. Climbed the 354 steps to the crown for a look back at Manhatten, last 290 steps quite narrow but well worth the effort. Back down to look through the museum, grab a snack then re board the ...
... the footprint of the South Tower was a memorial wall with pictures of every single person that died on 9/11 and in the 1993 bombing. In the middle of that was a dark room lined with benches and a never ending projection of stories and pictures commemorating every person that died. Most of them had audio from a loved one telling a special story. It was so touching. I sat there for quite a while listening to all the tributes. ...
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... Lee Ielpi and Jennifer Adams-Webb are brilliant people, and that's an understatement. They've dedicated their lives to promoting education, and the remembrance of what happened on September 11th. We had a very intriguing discussion about radical Islam, and what needs to be done to prevent the inevitable attacks against Americans in the future. It's startling. Their stories- i'll remember them forever. ...
... cheap housing for the not so rich New Yorkers. These big ugly and mass populated apartment blocks are all over New York. One can live in heavily subsidised accommodation here for around 300-800 a month. The average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment in Manhattan is $3000 a month! Art Deco buildings lining Bronx streets (inside apparently could not tell from outside). J-Lo's neighbourhood in Spanish Harlem. Very different to what I expected and out of ...