La Quinta Inn & Suites Clifton
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... and ate lunch. On the way out, we kept walking and began looking for the Empire State Building. At some point we lost sight of it - because we were walking underneath it! After, we made it back to the car (still parked in the same spot) and headed towards JFK around 4:00pm. We took the Queens/Brooklyn Tunnel and went back through Queens to get to Jamaica, NY, where the airport is located. When we got closer to JFK, we first went ...
... The Statue of Liberty is much smaller than it appears in films. Strikingly smaller. We, along with many others, lined the right hand side of the ferry as we passed, and were also rewarded with views back to the Downtown skyline and towards the industrial-looking New Jersey shore. The journey took about 25 minutes, at which point the entire ferry disembarked, and half joined the queue to get straight back on. We decided to take a quick look at Staten Island, which mainly ...
... storage underneath so I changed the seats. This didn't really affect us too much. The seat was pretty nice, as there was plenty of legroom. Unfortunately, it didn't seem like my seat had much of a recline, whereas my mom's seat did recline a bit further. In addition, my seat had 2 windows!
Once we were settled, a flight attendant came around, offering us water, coke, or orange juice. Unfortunately by the time she came to us, there was only water left, which was ...
... but NYC is really not for the cost conscious - but that's another topic.
I took a nice long shower, and hit the sack by 10:30.
As with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, I ...
... no siree.
Honestly, sometimes you wonder if they know how bad an impression they make on tourists.
So we walked back to the station and bought more credit on the card, deciding instead to get off at 86 street, walk across Central Park and do the. Guggenheim.
The train we got on was an express train and sailed right on past. It didn't stop until 59th street, so back we enter again on a slower 'Local train'.
The sky was ...