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Itinerary advice please.

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Itinerary advice please.

I'm just putting together my itinerary for our (my wife and I) forth coming trip and need a bit of advice from you experts out there.

I have reserved a 10am sailing to Liberty Island / Ellis Island with pedestal access. I am planning to book the 9/11 memorial museum for the afternoon. We would like to have a stroll around the Bowling Green and Wall Street area and possibly stop somewhere for lunch. I thought about a 2pm or 3pm booking for the 9/11. Would this be enough time between our SOL/EI sailing and museum visit.

Thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Itinerary advice please.

Given you have pedestal access and you're not leaving till 10am, I would make my booking to the 9/11 Museum at 3pm.

Also check the ferry schedule to work out the logistics:

http://www.statuecruises.com/schedule.aspx

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2. Re: Itinerary advice please.

Agree. 3pm or even 4 if you plant to have some lunch.

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