Statue of Liberty Express Cruise Aboard the New York Water Taxi
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Four of Edgar Allan Poe's most terrifying tales come to the stage in Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe. The Master of the Macabre stands alone in the flickering darkness of his mind, trying desperately to convince himself -- and us -- that he's not mad as four of his favorite stories come to life: "The Raven," "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Pit and the Pendulum" and "The Tell-Tale Heart." Adapted by National Theatre Conference Playwriting Award winner Eric Coble, Nightfall With Edgar Allan Poe captures both the poetry and the spine-chilling terror of Poe's originals, where the dividing line between sanity and madness is often very thin. Come, if you dare! Learn More
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When we got there and was told there was no 3:30pm Zephyr Cruise, and the supervisor there refused to honor our prepaid Goldstar booking for other Cruise even with less face value. His advice was that we should not book the trip with Goldstar, a...continued
Here are just some of the many amazing sights you will see:
The Statue of Liberty: The famed gift from France that served as the symbol of America to millions of immigrants and citizens alike was erected in New York Harbor in 1886.
The Brooklyn Bridge: Completed in 1883, the iconic Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, and the view from underneath is unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
The World Trade Center Site: See history in the making as the construction cranes rise from the World Trade Center site where, once completed, One World Trade Center will be 1,776 feet tall!
The Empire State Building: Built during the American Great Depression in 1930, this astounding building has 102 floors and 6,500 windows, and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.