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    • I once walked into a shoe shop and told the clerk I wanted a pair of "tourist" shoes. He offered precisely what I needed--leather tie shoes with gum soles. That was before the days of ubiquitous tennis shoes but I would still choose the shoes I bought that day if I still could. I did go back and buy more later but they are gone now. Linda
    • We also stayed Liberty RV Park, not a great place but location wise felt couldn't be beat.   Nice walk around the water nearby and the kitschy coffee shops/stores and like Denny caught the Path minutes walk away into the heart of NYC.    You can also catch a ferry from the RV.  Good pair of walking shoes we did 3 days of 7 miles, 9+ miles and 8 miles walking.   Tired YES, Memorable, YES, YES, YES, YES, YES!   Did Central Park, Times Square (awesome singer stages everywhere when we were there) Catching free ferry to get close up view of Liberty Statue, Slapped the bulls butt, did Little Italy, shed buckets of tears in the Chapel near the Twin Towers, walked over Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island and so very much more.   Finished up in Long Island in the RV afterwards. Boston we overnighted 2 nights in a carpark without event, and caught an Uber into the heart and back again.   Worked perfectly for us and again walked miles and miles around Boston main attractions, including one Casino night. To each their own but this worked best for us and "if" we can we'd do it all again the same way as before.
    • Parking in NYC sucks.  I have stayed in NJ at a motel near the airport took the motel shuttle  to the airport and from there a bus into the city.  Did drive into the city once but parking came with the hotel room or guaranteed available. A good pair of walking shoes and a subway map should get you to all the sights worth seeing.      
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