United States Travel: Photos of New York City: Battery Park, Statue of Liberty, Staten Island Ferry, Times Square
Photos of Manhattan Landmarks, New York City, March 2010
My New York City Vacation: More Pictures of New York City Landmarks
In March of 2010, my friend Talia and I took a five day vacation to New York City. While we were these we saw many sights. We did and saw a lot while we were there, including visiting Battery Park and taking the Staten Island Ferry past the Statue of Liberty. (The Staten Island Ferry is free to ride and offers great views of Lady Liberty!)
These are some of the photos I took during this portion of our trip. The photos also include some other Manhattan sights, including Times Square at night.
If you enjoy these photos, click here to see more pictures from my NYC vacation.
Photos of New York City: Battery Park, Staten Island Ferry, Statue of Liberty, Times Square at Night
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