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Reserve123.com Now Offering Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Tickets from New York

Monday, October 15th, 2012
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Tickets

Visit the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island!

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Reserve123.com is now proudly offering Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Tickets from New York!

Your Flex Ticket provides the roundtrip ferry ride from Battery Park and access to Liberty Island and Ellis Island, including the grounds of Liberty Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.

Each official Statue of Liberty ticket is valid for one person for a one-time use and includes an audio tour.

You will choose the date of your planned visit, but you will have the “flex” option of attending on another date, as long as it’s no more than 180 days from the validity start date printed on the ticket.

The best part? Multiple daily departures make it easy for an impromptu visit to Lady Liberty. We all know that sometimes traffic, weather, and just our busy daily schedules can get in the way of tour plans. With our Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Tickets, you have the most “freedom” to go when it’s best for you!

Did you know that Lady Liberty will be celebrating her 126th birthday soon? The Statue of Liberty, ‘Liberty Enlightening the World,’ was a gift from France to the United States and was dedicated on October 28, 1886. The National Park Service’s theme for the 126th anniversary is “Honor History, Envision the Future.”

A Lady likes to feel special on her birthday. Enjoy an unforgettable trip to see the universal symbol of freedom and democracy. This is a must-see American attraction. You can visit Reserve123.com or our affiliate website New York Tours for more information including photos, important notes, ferry departures, and frequently asked questions. Show your appreciation for the most famous lady of them all with our Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Tickets from New York!

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Flex Ticket from New York

See the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island with our Flex Tickets from New York

“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”
- Emma Lazarus

Empire State of Mind in NYC

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
Double Decker Bus Tour

Double Decker Bus Tour

“In New York, concrete jungle
where dreams are made of
There’s nothin’ you can’t do
Now you’re in New York
These streets will make you
feel brand new
Big lights will inspire you
Let’s hear it for New York,
New York, New York”

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I think that Alicia Keys and Jay-Z summed it up pretty well. New York really is like being on another planet; a great melting pot of culture, design, architecture, and attitude.

My brother and I visited NYC a few years ago, and had a great time sightseeing in the city and visiting the Empire State Building. For my first visit to New York, I decided to go with a classic – the New York Classic Double Decker Tour, to be precise – to gain a nice overview of New York City and Manhattan.

New York Classic Double Decker Tour

New York Classic Double Decker Tour

It’s easy to get lost in the endless sights and sounds and lights everywhere, and this tour covers the major sightseeing spots and landmarks of the city.

You will enjoy the best sights in Manhattan during the day and at night, with unlimited hop-on, hop-off service at over 40 stops on our double decker bus. There is an Uptown Loop, Downtown Loop, Brooklyn Loop, and The Night Loop, and your pass is good for 48 hours to use as you wish.

Plus, this fun-filled tour includes a ticket for the ferry to the Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island AND admission ticket to either the Empire State Building or the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. What more could you ask for? Well, stopping for pizza along the way of course, if you’re like me. 8)

Scenic views at the top of the Empire State Building

Scenic views at the top of the Empire State Building in New York City

New York Skyscrapers, Central Park, and the Atlantic Ocean

New York Skyscrapers, Central Park, and the Atlantic Ocean

Sunset views of New York City and Liberty Island in the distance

Sunset views of New York City and Liberty Island in the distance

Trips Around Lady Liberty

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

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The Statue of Liberty is, perhaps, the most recognizable American symbol of freedom and opportunity and is among one of the first things visitors and immigrants see upon entering America from overseas.It was presented to the United States by France in 1886 and commemorates the centennial of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.To this day, it remains a major tourist attraction and draws large crowds year round.

Tourists flock to Ellis Island, site of the famous Statue of Liberty National Monument, to learn about its operation as a federal immigration station from 1892 to 1954.There are many options to choose from when you are planning on visiting the Statue.You can either purchase stand-alone tickets or combine a tour of the National Monument with tickets to another tour or attraction such as the New York Sightseeing Tour, the most popular tour in New York.

There are many ways to incorporate the Statue of Liberty into your plans, as an add-on to another activity including various helicopter tours of New York, cruises around the city, and double-decker bus tours. For example, the New York New York Sightseeing Tour plus Statue of Liberty provides you with a great opportunity to walk through Chinatown, Little Italy, Battery Park, and Greenwich Village in addition to driving past several well-known and highly regarded New York locations.

This tour lasts about 5 hours and includes round-trip tickets to the ferry and admission to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.It is offered in English and Spanish and for those who are not as fluent in English, additional tours are offered in German, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, and Italian.This tour provides an excellent value, plenty of photo ops, and a full day of entertainment and education.

Visit www.NYTours.us for more ideas on how to spend your time in New York.

Spending a Night in ‘Gateway City’

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Newark is the most populated city in New Jersey.  At about 5 miles west of Manhattan and 2 miles north of Staten Island, it is centrally located and allows for easy access to the Tri-State area which consists of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  Newark is a transportation hub, with its significant air, rail, road, and ship traffic, and it is a major gateway into the Northeastern portion of the United States as a whole.  Because of this, the city has become aptly known as ‘Gateway City.’ The city of Newark is in an optimal location for workday commuters to New York City and the Philadelphia area is easily accessible as well.  For that reason, many decide to dwell in the Newark area as a more cost-efficient alternative to living within the borders of New York City itself.

There have been a lot of rebuilding and revitalization efforts put forth in the Newark area.  The New Jersey Performing Arts Center has brought in an estimated 1.6 million people since its opening in 1997.  The facility, which cost $180 million, has helped to breathe new life into a city that was once on the decline.  The construction of the structure sparked a building spike in the area, including the creation of Riverfront Stadium, home of the Newark Bears, and the Prudential Center for the New Jersey Devils.  The Passaic River waterfront is also being redone so that it will soon provide direct access to the river.

For a night out with the family, catch a show at Medieval Times.  This show provides fun for all ages and is a great activity to do whether you are new to the area or have lived there for most of your life.  Another nighttime option is to make your way into Manhattan for a Broadway show or catch the City Lights Dance Party Cruise from New York.  This is a very popular option for many, as the balanced combination of music and sights makes for a very pleasant cruising experience.

As you can see, there is a lot more on offer in Newark than perhaps anyone would have initially thought.  To see a complete list of activities and tours available in the area, check out www.newarktours.net.

New York Bateaux Dinner Cruise Experience

Thursday, June 5th, 2008

If you are looking for something really unique and entertaining to do in New York City, look no further than the New York Bateaux Dinner Cruise.  These boat tours around Manhattan are available for lunch cruises, dinner cruises, and holiday cruises.

Bateaux Cruises

We enjoyed this dinner cruise last month during our visit to NYC.  The food was great and the view was simply amazing everywhere you looked.  Overall, I would rate the experience a 9.5 (a highlight of our holiday) because of the attention to detail provided by the staff.  They were excellent!

The ship cruised along the Hudson River and East River.  We were able to see all of Manhattan from the deck, including the Empire State Building.  We also saw the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, the site of the World Trade Center, Battery Park City, South Street Seaport, and a number of other famous landarks around the city.

Statue of Liberty

Since we saw the Statue of Liberty at night, we decided that we wanted to go back during the day.  We got our Statue of Liberty Tickets online and that was another highlight of our vacation.  I highly recommend that you experience both tours since they provided two completely different perspecives of Ellis Island and the Statue.


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