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Staten Island Ferry - Took a ride and saw a girl all the way from Georgia I went to school with! We were on our way to Nova Scotia, I had to be about 11 or 12.

Manhattan, staten island ferry is free in south manhatten by battery. Can see views statue of liberty on the way. Good idea

‘The best bargain in New York’, the Staten Island Ferry is free. It’s a 25 minute boat ride between Manhattan and Staten Island. It offers great views of the lower Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. You can also bring your bicycle onboard at no extra charge. Boats depart from the southern tip of Manhattan at South Ferry, near Whitewall Street, where you can also catch a ferry to Liberty Island.

City Island Ave & Bridge Street, City Island...Bronx..New York

Duke Ellington Statue on Fifth Avenue and 110th Street. Across from Central Park. NEW YORK CITY. (by Jack Ballenger, via Flickr)

The Statue of Liberty, in the rain, from the Statten Island ferry.

Staten Island Ferry ~ Everyone wants to see the Statue of Liberty. Ferry tours there start at $12. But the Staten Island Ferry for commuters, cutting across the New York Harbor, is absolutely free and has long held the distinction as the single greatest free attraction on the Eastern Seaboard. Around since 1905, the ferry carries 19 million across the harbor each year. Technically for transport in between Staten Island and Manhattan, most visitors simply hop back on to get back to New York.

Block Island, South East Light...I used to love looking at this in the distance...so beautiful.

New York, NY - Rockefeller Center. This 22-acre 'city within a city' debuted at the height of the Great Depression. Taking nine years to build, it was America's first multiuse retail, entertainment and office space Read more: www.lonelyplanet....

Staten Island Tugboat Graveyard