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... not only life goes on, but all these people are constantly here, their energy is always present in our thoughts and hearts. Coincidentally as I reflect, a man with bagpipes starts to play, I smile as I think to myself, "It's almost like they all know I'm here" As he plays a crowd gather and bow their heads too. He moves on to the other fountain to play again while the crowd disperses in their various directions. A women starts to cry next to me as she reads a note. ...
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... of the Statue and to Ellis Island.
The weather is prefect: clear sky, not too hot, it gives a great skyline of Manhattan, which shows that it was the right decision to start the Statue tour from Jersey side and not from New York side.
Jeanny and I had been to New York before, but actually standing near to ...
... 8220;cafes” are pretty much identical to our pubs, with draft beer and pub food) for a nice little dinner. By the time we returned to the car there was a beautiful evening light over the river… a nice finish to a great day.
May 11: Day 36. Jersey City, NJ Right across the Hudson from NYC
Well, I thought I was going to be able to report a nothing kind of day today for a change, but I am sorry to disappoint. Until 3 pm it was ...
... through parts and there were some beautiful lakes where the fog was sitting on top of it.
So much more to see than flying and was really relaxing. Good way to get to New York. When we arrived we unloaded our bags and got into Penn Station which is renowned for the strange people that hang out down here. We saw a few but didn't hang around too long. We asked the info man where the lift was to get to street level but he said no ...