Duane Street Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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From Raye and Bob's home we took the bus to NYC. At 12:00, we boarded for a cruise of New York City sailing around Manhattan Island to see three rivers, seven major bridges including the Brooklyn Bridge, the five boroughs, over 25 world-renowned landmarks and, of course, a magnificent close-up of the Statue of Liberty. After the cruise, we went to Times ...
... over the bridge. But one thing that annoyed us here, is that people who live in NYC are the most impatient selfish people on Earth. They had police on the bridge to slow down the cyclists who were unnecessarily speeding through people across the bridge and despite the cops telling them to slow down, they just shook their heads and kept riding. Even after a guy stacked it (which was a bit funny) and then a second rider almost cleaned him up as he was down right in ...
... surrounded by audio snippets of people recalling where they were when they heard the news of the attacks. At the end of this section, you emerge onto a balcony that looks out over the old sub-basement of the WTC site, and includes the remaining anchor bolts that were visible in the walls of the "Pit", the hole where the debris from Ground Zero was removed. Standing in the middle of this pit is "The Last Column", the column that was marked and signed by ...
... So we looked through that and then headed back to the hotel, got changed, jumped in a taxi and headed off to the subway station. We jumped on the Q train and travelled to Brooklyn. In Brooklyn we got in another taxi and drove to our boat. We boarded and set off to Brooklyn Bridge. Our boat, Sheryl Princess, had a seating area (downstairs), a dj and dance floor, bar and a deck (upstairs). Oh and 2 toilets per gender also downstairs, located either ...
We had Pizza after our hotel check-out time. Then, we found out that the Southwest flight was delayed three hours and we'd miss the connecting flight back to San Antonio. We waited in line for exactly 2 hours and we were put on a 6 am connecting flight from Dallas to SA, meaning we had to spend the night in the Dallas Airport. I'm never flying SW airlines again. But we made it home safely thanks to GOD. ...