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... to the ferry to cross back to where we parked. This trip is about 50 yards, but they still manage to go slow enough to collect the $2 fare from every passenger!
Cindy and I both enjoyed strolling through the neighborhoods surrounding Liberty Harbor. The area has undergone tremendous gentrification, and now features new construction that mimics the old brownstone buildings it replaced. Restaurants, bars, ...
So this is it, the final stop! We arrived in New York in the morning met my mate Alex, who took us to his flat in Brooklyn where we'd be staying. We dropped our bags off, freshened up and headed back out to Manhattan. After a quick lunch we caught the free ferry to Staten Island, which is a sneaky way to get an up close view of the Statue of Liberty. It was cool to finally see it, one of the worlds most famous landmarks right in front of us. When ...
... on Central Park South; a favorite haunt from our days living in New York in 2004/2005.
My youngest sister Andrea met us an hour or so later at the Essex House and brought us back to her house in Irvington, about 30 minutes north of Manhattan, deep in Rip van Winkle territory. Annie and her husband Rob and their 3 children - Jade, Maya and Luke - have lived in this part of New York for many years and are wonderful hosts. Last night we all enjoyed a delicious bbq ...
... at 10:55pm we still haven't decided. We joined the Christmas Lights walk but deserted it an hour in..... the guide wasnt good - very self important and after 45 minutes of walking we still hadnt seen any Christmas Lights! We ditched him at Bryant Park and looked at the market there (not as good as Grand Central) and started looking at 5th Ave but got distracted by a Barnes and Noble bookshop and stayed in there until it ...
... Memorial Day).
Hotel welcoming and no problem providing extra folding bed. Room on 2nd floor had a kitchenette and despite facing street was peaceful.
After a rest and coffee, we headed out to explore. Just around the corner was the Chrysler Building and Grand Central Station. We passed through a deli food market to the main station concourse, which was an amazing atrium with star constellations ...
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