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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recreation area encompassed part of Staten Island's old Fort Wadsworth, Fort Hancock, Jacob Riis Park, and Sandy Hook, NJ. It's a big area broken up into little parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
Ted decided to take the scooter off and see what it would take to get to the subway or bus from here. There was a bus just out on Flatbush Ave., but Ted was a bit leery of leaving the scooter parked out on the street. He left and drove out exploring and ...
... other four boroughs which make up New York (Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx) as well as the whole of the waterfront and all the tall buildings in Manhattan. This gave us a great idea of what was where for our future travels.
After the cruise we went 'next door' to the Intrepid Museum. This is a collection of aircraft carrier based planes on the USS Intrepid plus a few other exhibits. We were only going to see a couple of things before we left so ...
... has only just been reopened, it's booked out until November! Yesterday wore out our walking legs so we decided we'd had enough and went to see a movie for a rest - Transformers. It sure was action-packed, and long... We had a lovely meal at an Irish pub in Times Square where I tried my first strawberry daiquiri - just like a strawberry slushy - dangerous! Kate took a selfie with Morgan Freeman! Well, his wax likeness anyway ...
We planned to do the Uptown tour with Mike and Nicole today as its the last day for our bus pass. Our guide was fantastic and we really enjoyed his knowledge and humour.
Did you know there are 32,000 cops in NYC, making it the biggest police force. 18,000 firefighters, 14,000 yellow cabs, 328 Starbucks in Manhattan alone, 1.3 million residents which increases to approx 3 million during the day with all its workers.
We visit Central ...
... Side to the Central West, driving past Grand Central Station, alongside Radio City Music Hall and the Rockefeller Centre and a glimpse of the Empire State Building.
We arrived at our digs, West 51st Street, just a few blocks from Time Square and only just down the road from the Gershwin Theatre, where we are going to see Wicked!
Lugged the luggage up the stairs to the 3rd floor, and ...