Staten Island Ferry

5 Boro Bike Tour.
Whether you're young or old, new to biking or an expert cyclist, you'll love riding 42 traffic-free miles. There's no better way to see New York than biking through dozens of neighborhoods and crossing scenic bridges! The journey starts in Lower Manhattan. You'll head north through the heart of Manhattan to Central Park and continue on to historic Harlem and the Bronx, returning south along the East River on the FDR Drive. From there you'll cross into Queens and then Brooklyn, where cyclists take over the highway before making the thrilling climb up--and down--the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Staten Island. The Tour ends with a celebratory festival at Fort Wadsworth in Gateway National Recreation Area on Staten Island. Once you're ready to go, admire the harbor views on a scenic route through Fort Wadsworth and then hop onboard the Staten Island Ferry back to Manhattan.
NYC Marathon.
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God's Exceptional Children Boat Ride.
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Pearl Harbor Ceremony.
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Tango on the Ferry.
Each July since the year 2000, the staff of celebrate tango (www.celebratetango.com) organizes the New York Argentine Tango Festival. It’s four days of classes, workshops, lectures, and dances. A special event is dancing on the Staten Island Ferry. This year’s round trip took place Thursday, July 27 on the 4 PM trip from Whitehall and 4:30 trip from St. George, serviced by the Herbert H. Lehman. Michael Ditkoff of the festival staff coordinated with Roseanne Caruana, Director of Passenger Services to arrange the trips. Ilene Marder of Woodstock Tango (www.Woodstocktango.com) was the photographer and DJ.
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