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Day 46

There are hundreds–and probably close to thousands–of food carts all around the city.  One of my favorites sits by the ferry and serves halal food.  While I don’t get it very often, sometimes you just need to not have to worry about what’s for dinner and get a lamb & rice plate to eat on the ferry ride home–think of it as a floating picnic!!

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Day 44

Nothing beats a gorgeous morning on the ferry, complete with an escort from the US Coast Guard!

 

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Fathers & Ferries, Birthdays & Boats

When my Cub Scout den mate Marc Brownstein turned 9, his birthday party consisted of a ride on the Circle Line, a day cruise around Manhattan. 840 more words

Memoir

St. George Ferry Terminal

Since 1906, the Staten Island Ferry has been transporting commuters, sightseers, and visitors between Staten Island and Manhattan. Passing by the Statue of Liberty and Governors Island, the 25-minute FREE trip provides riders with postcard-perfect views of New York City’s greatest landmarks. 116 more words

The Best Part of Staten Island is ... leaving?

Or coming, as the case may be. I am talking about the Staten Island Ferry of Course!  If people know anything about Staten . Most everyone knows the basics ins and out of the Staten Island Ferry, Primarily that is FREE, you get a great view of the Statue of Liberty and of course, most importantly, you can drink beer. 374 more words

Dog Friendly

Staten Island Ferry #nycbucketlist

Who knew this was such a lovely boat ride?  Gorgeous views of lower Manhattan, a close up of Lady Liberty, salty sea air, and the option to drink as much beer as possible in 20ish minutes.   19 more words

Day 39

I actually enjoy riding the ferry.  It’s relaxing, you get great views of the city, you see the Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, and Statue of Liberty, and you get to drink beer.   14 more words

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