The hustle and bustle of New York not only appeals to its 8 million plus residents, but it is a vacationer’s paradise. There is so much to do and see, you could spend weeks just discovering it all. However, since most vacationers don’t have that much time, we have searched out some of the top sites you can visit while you are there. So buckle up, this is going to be quite the adventure.
The first place to visit is an obvious choice. The Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island is one of the world’s most recognized statues. She stands for freedom for many people seeking a better life in the great US-of-A.
To visit Lady Liberty you have to take a short ferry ride over to the island, although she is clearly visible from land, as well. Not only will you get to see this monument, there is also the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Although closed for the rest of 2013, when the museum reopens you will be able to see where around 12 million immigrants landed, as well as search through the ship manifests for passenger names.
Amazon Free Book Promotion Program. As part of their Kindle Book Promotion programs Amazon allows the publishers of Kindle books to have free promotions periodically directly through Amazon’s store. This promotion is facilitated by Amazon and neither Amazon, the book author, nor the book publisher get sales revenue from these promotions. The Publisher and Author hope to generate reviews and discussions about books via this promotion system. See Amazon.com Direct Publishing and Free Book Promotions on Amazon.com for more details. We have access to the promotions from Twilight Publishing (http://twilightpublishing.com) and the Authors at the Children’s book site: http://areadingplace.com A Reading Place and offer these dates with their permission.
To get your book, you simply go to the Amazon sales page for the kindle book on the designated day, and make the purchase at $0.00 during the promotional hours (on the designated days). Promotions by A Reading Place, typically last between 1-3 days and they continuously vary. Usually there are between 1-7 books per week available in their program so watch back for more as we hope to publish all their book promotions here. There are 102 Children’s Non-fiction Kindle books in the program, Collect them all. You may share posts with this information and share the dates (with Grandparents and Friends for example). Amazon and Kindle are trademarks of Amazon.com or its affiliates.