Some Visitors Only Take Roosevelt Island Tram Back And Forth, Others Enjoy Exploring On Beautiful Spring Day - Result Is Packed Like Sardine Tram Cabins For Everyone
Some visitors to Roosevelt Island never leave the Tram and others explore.
Image From 100 Days Of Becoming A New Yorker Video
According to 100 Days Of Becoming A New Yorker:
Allison wants to become a New Yorker. She's from Alabama.A ride on the Roosevelt Island Tram is Day #29 on her list of a things to do for a newcomer to become a New Yorker.
For 100 days Allison will be exploring all the ways to become a true New Yorker. She's lived in the city since January 2014, but like so many people that move here she started a job and found herself too exhausted to really enjoy the life that New York has to offer. Not anymore.
This list came from many friends who have lived in New York for a long time, but this will be changing and growing over time!...
Here's Allison's Ride on the Roosevelt Island Tram:
Residents of Roosevelt Island have to ride the tram because of limited subway service, and I'm sure this is a blessing and a curse. Roosevelt Island doesn't have much to do, but it is a damn pretty ride over there!Another Roosevelt Island visitor, Fitlala has a different experience:
Roosevelt Island has some gorgeous views of midtown Manhattan, and beyond that, it has some interesting history to explore. Now is the time to visit with the cherry blossoms in bloom. Spring is upon us in all of its glory!and found a bit more to enjoy on a nice spring day.
One thing for sure, the Roosevelt Island Tram is getting much more crowded
Image Of Crowded Tram Cabin Last Sunday Afternoon