Historical Map: PATH Map, New York and New Jersey, 1979 After all the diagrammatic maps we’ve featured so far, it’s nice to showcase something completely different - check out this awesome painted birds-eye view of PATH services between New Jersey and Manhattan from 1979. It also shows other rail services in New Jersey snaking off into the far distance, and even Lady Liberty standing guard over New York and the cutest little Staten Island ferry you ever did see. Have we been there? Y
Above the crowds and craziness of Times Square, the hidden cocktail Bars (our favourite is the R Lounge in the Renaissance Hotel) offer incredible views of the bright lights and yellow cabs the city is so famous for!
Bird's eye view of the new cafe at Turtle Back Zoo with the giant boa constrictor that children enjoy climbing. Part of the many upgrades at the zoo including the new Africa exhibit with the giraffes pictured earlier. They were camera shy this day but still delightful. Several new outdoor venues too for birthday parties Scouting trips and more. There are also classrooms in the new Education Center. For additional information visit TurtleBackZoo.com. #TurtleBackZoo #GardenState #NJ #NewJersey…
Aerial view of Jersey City, New Jersey. Part of the New York metropolitan area, Jersey City lies across from Lower Manhattan between the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay and the Hackensack River and Newark Bay. A port of entry, with 11 miles of waterfront and significant rail connections, Jersey City is an important transportation terminus and distribution and manufacturing center for the Port of New York and New Jersey.