Fort Place Bed & Breakfast

22 Fort Place, Staten Island, New York, 10301, United States
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Travel Tips for Staten Island

Richmond County Bank BallPark- S.I. Yankees

by adventerrtravel22

Home of the S.I. Yankees, minor league of the parent N.Y. Yankees. These players are stars right out of college and High School. Some that are good enough will actually play for the Yankees.

Minor League baseball is very entertaining. Every half inning there is some activity going on to keep the crowds interested. I took my cousin from England there, she knew nothing about baseball and she had a great time.

Games start at the end of June and end late August.

Ballpark Reviews Bring a baseball to be signed by players. Players are very active in signing autographs for fans. Bring a camera, the best view of any Ballpark anywhere. The backdrop is the statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline. Hugh ships also pass by in the background.

Blue Heron Park

by adventerrtravel22

Home of the Blue Heron bird which this park is named after. Come to this Park for a nice hike through the woods of Staten Island. There is a pond with walking bridge and trails to follow. Guided tours are availble at 12 noon and 4PM On Saturday and Sunday. Park is closed on Mondays.

There is a bird feeding station within this park.

Driving Directions

Verrazano Narrows Bridge

by chodearm

The Verrazano Narrows bridge spans the narrows that lead to New York Harbor. Started connecting Brooklyn to Staten Island in 1964 the bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Today, its length is surpassed only by the Humber Bridge in England. The ends of the bridge are at historic Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn and Fort Wadsworth in Staten Island, both of which guarded New York Harbor at the Narrows for over a century. The bridge was named after Giovanni da Verrazano, who, in 1524, was the first European explorer to sail into New York Harbor.

Staten Island, The Forgotten Boro

by chodearm

"Tourism Beyond the Ferry"

My lady and I crossed the tumultous waters of the narrows leading to the NY Habor via the Verrazanos Narrows. The plan, to see much of Staten Island that most don't make it to just because most never get off that ferry. Yes the view from the ferry is unexplainable, but when you touch down on that Island try to get off and set out on foot or by mass transit. There is much sight seeing to be had on this obscure land mass. I was suprised. For all the years I have been a New Yorker I only have been there twice and that's including this voyage. After this time I promised myself to return. Staten Island is so seperated from the city, its only accessible by the Boat or by bridge. There are no trains and no subway that head across the Harbor and there is no way you can convince a taxi driver to go through NJ or Brooklyn to reach that far off Island. Well if you wave a Ben Franklin (100$ Bill) in front...Maybe. This isolation has kept the neighborhoods rather undeveloped in relation to the other boros. There are plots of undeveloped land dispersed throughout the boro and there are a ton of parks. Their is an abundance of cultural institutions that hardly ever get publicity in the bigger more famous boros. World class attractions so worth the trip.

"PATH CLOSED"

Sometimes signs don't mean much. Prior to entering this path was a sign that read "PATH CLOSED". To step on some toes I passed it up so I can relive my days of trespassing. New York City seems to have regulations abound and sometimes you gotta overstep the rediculousness. Drinking in public is only a 25 dollar fine now, no court time, nothing just a slap on the wrist, trespassing will run you throgh central booking, especially in this time of terrorism. The authorities need to lighten up. So be cautious, know when to trespass.

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Address: 22 Fort Place, Staten Island, New York, 10301, United States