Boat Ride Around Manhattan

By: Jill Finger

Jun 05 2017

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Wes and I drove to Queens on Sunday to visit Corey, Daisy, and Desi. On the way down, we received a  text from Corey asking if we’d like to go on a boat ride. That sounded like fun, so soon after arriving, we took the subway into Manhattan. We had to walk four blocks, stopping to pick up sandwiches and have a picnic, before boarding the boat. We started out topside, but the drizzle and wind quickly drove us inside downstairs where we had a good view from large windows.  We kept stepping outside to sightsee and take pictures,

then retreating inside to warm up.There was beautiful shoreline to photographand an interesting H shaped apartment building, looking like it was built crookedly, but wasn’t.

The UN building.
I had always wanted to see the little red lighthouse under the George Washington bridge, and when the boat went under “The George”, I finally saw it, After leaving the boat, we took a bus instead of walking in the rain, back to where we boarded the subway again for a trip to Jackson Heights  and dinner in a Vietnamese restaurant.  This pucture of Desi was taken in the park where we had our picnic lunch.  The lounge chair was made of cement, and was suprisingly comfortable, if a bit hard. 

We traveled in a variety of ways yesterday: car, train, bus, and boat. That doesn’t happen very often.  We had a great time and since neither Corey nor Wes has visited the UN, that trip is in our future.

 

One comment on “Boat Ride Around Manhattan”

  1. Sounds like an almost perfect day! You guys certainly made lemonade out of the lemons of weather!

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