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Monday, October 5, 2015

Water Taxi, from Red hook, Brooklyn

Water Taxi, nyc
Photo by myself in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

We got back safe and sound, Saturday afternoon and are recovering from jet lag. Part of the recovery process involved getting some groceries from Fairway, in Brooklyn. Already, vacation seems far away!

From the park alongside the supermarket, you can see the Statue of Liberty quite nicely. Sunday was bright and clear.

No one was in line for the Water Taxi, which takes you to Wall Street each day. The taxis run every 45 minutes and are painted the same shade of yellow as the four-wheeled ones on the streets.

For the Water Taxi schedule, click here.

Water Taxi, nyc

Related posts: Yellow Cab, Under Snow, Hailing a Cab, in Times Square, and Evening on Sixth Avenue.


biebkriebels said...

That was a short visit to Europe, back to normal again.

s.c said...

Brings a water taxi you to a point you can ask or is it on a fixed route?

Kitty said...

Yes, Bieb, it was much too short. I agree!

It's a fixed route, I think, between Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan.
Unfortunately the water's edge here is not overly used or developed. There are not so many places you can hop on or off.