Holiday Inn Express North Bergen - Lincoln Tunnel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Today the sun was shining, and I thought, I need some air!
So I took the subway to "Bowling Green" at the south of Manhattan, and there I took the free ferry to Staten Island (read "stetten" island). There were many other ferries, to the Statue of Liberty, to Ellis Island where all the immigrants used to touch the American soil... I had a quick look, too many tourists! So I took the regular ferry, that just sailed ...
... on rye and Ellen had a Taylor ham on onion roll. Wonderful to say the least. We caught the bus and off we went to the South Street Seaport. Well, we misunderstood the driver and got off the bus two stops too early. So we whipped out the cell phone and got directions from Google and walked to the port. Funny thing was we beat the bus. Construction Construction Construction all over this place. The ferry ride was in the rain for the most part so a little ...
... with the photos we got yesterday anyway.. We walked around for another hour and watched a lady signing before taking the subway back to Exchange Place. We got our lunch and sat by the water where we stayed for a few hours watching some funny videos and people watching. We walked the 3km or something back to the van and took showers and got ready for the game. We started walking back to the Path but I had forgotten the camera so we had to go back.. Damit!! Oppz.. : \ we ...
... around and joined another one. At the stop off was the General Grant National Memorial, the largest mausoleum in the USA. I really liked the story. At the time Ulysses S. Grant died, servicemen were unable to be buried with their wives in the servicemens' cemeteries, and he loved his wife Julia so much he did not want to be parted from her, so he was "buried here". I'm not sure that buried is ...
... 10 mins in, I realised that I was probably cutting the outside perimeter by quite a lot. I made up for my half lap of the park by running the 30 blocks back to the apartment and felt somewhat proud of my efforts.
This was until I was taken back to the park later that afternoon and found 10 times more park than what I'd seen earlier that day. Turns out when I ran for 10 minutes and ...