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1100 South Avenue, Staten Island, United States
1120 South Avenue, Staten Island, United States
310 Wild Ave, Staten Island, United States
300 Wild Avenue, Staten Island, United States
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... een plannetje meegekregen van de tour en hebben deze met het dak open gewoon zelf gedaan met de auto. Hierna doorgereden naar Tybee Island, waar we nu zitten! We zijn op een vuurtoren geweest en de huisjes van de vroegere 'lighthouse keepers'. En nu gaan ...
... in New York. We made our own way to my Mum's friends Peggy (from her school days) and her husband Joe's house on Staten Island. We caught the airtrain, 2 subway trains and the famous Staten Island ferry and then Peggy picked us up from the ...
... our Life Jackets and Headsets and I went Forward to lift the Anchor. Goodbye New Jersey! Hello New York City! We're passing under the V N Bridge and the place of my Birth, Staten Island. It's the first time that I can remember seeing the ...
... and face hurt from laughing so much. He can brighten anyone's day with a few words and his bright smile. Laurie, his girlfriend, is a Staten Island native and she fits right in! She's witty, fun, and completely in love with Cos- plus she helps out with ...
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1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, New York, United States
441 Clarke Avenue, Staten Island, New York, United States
This recreated village has period buildings from the late 17th to the late 19th centuries.
338 Lighthouse Avenue, Staten Island, New York, United States
Resembling a small Tibetan mountain temple, this unique museum showcases objects of Tibetan, Nepalese, Tibeto-Chinese and Mongolian in origin, dating primarily from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Beneath Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Staten Island, New York, United States
This fort played an important role in U.S. history starting during the Revolutionary War.