Although it was a bit hot, it was a beautiful day to walk across the bridge. The views are great and the plaques tell the history.
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Oh the ever-changing nature of Lower Manhattan... With the Brooklyn Bridge (and even with the River Cafe at its feet) and the Brooklyn Heights Promenade just out my apartment window, I had a constant stream of activity and life to witness. The BB is iconic....More
This was a nice walk (about 2 miles there and back). It got busy as the morning went on so I recommend going early to avoid the crowd!
You must have your walking shoes on and not lazy to walk for a distance. The attraction is made for walking and make sure you can take lots of pics.
Linking Manhattan Island and Brooklyn it was built in 1883 and at the time was the largest suspension bridge in the world at a one mile span. It took 600 men 16 years to complete and 20 men died during its construction including the designer...More
Ideal place to include in a visit to NY. Start in Manhattan or Brooklyn , cross the bridge and use the subway to go back to Manhattan. It is also possible to cross the bridge by Bike . You can rent a city bike very...More
I always wanted to cross this iconic bridge and hear the CSR tyres rumble across the bridge deck. It is magical just like in the movies.It gave me a hairs up on the back of my neck feeling. You are better off going mid afternoon...More
Went on a warm, sunny day end of May. Subway from midtown into Brooklyn-- DUMBO. Grabbed a bagel. Sat in the promenade and rode Jane's Carousel. We walked back to Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge. One word of advice-- stay in the pedestrian lane as...More
Greatest view of all time. Wife and I jog with the long 8 miles that seems never ending.... and then boom! One of the most ironic, colorful Forrest I've ever seen. Mind you we travel weekly for our family business and we make this stop...More
Expectacular, beautiful, and accessible. Loved it. Excellent views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Ellis island. Wear comfortable shoes, a cap, and drink water. You can rent a bike or walk the bridge. Walking the bridge gives you time to admire the views and take pictures. There's...More