Wednesday, May 8, 2013

How much does it cost to go to the statue of liberty and where or how do I get tickets?

Q. I am going to NY, and I am planning on going to the statue of liberty but I don't know where to get the ticket's, and is there a ferry ride to get there? What are the fee's for the statue and museum?

A. http://www.nps.gov/STLI/index.htm

Fees (not including $3 crown, which is extra)
$12.00 - Ages 13+ - Day
$10.00- Seniors 62 and over - Day
$5.00- Children 4-12. - Day

Beginning at 10 a.m. (EST) on June 13, 2009, crown reservations may be made through the Statue Cruises Web site at
www.statuecruises.com or by phone at 877- LADY-TIX (877-523-9849). Crown tickets may be reserved up to 1 year in
advance. (Example: Tickets for travel on September 1, 2010 will become available on-line or by phone starting at 10:00
a.m. EDT on September 1, 2009).

Each customer may reserve a maximum of 4 tickets. Only one reservation is allowed during any 6 month period. Children
must be at least 4-feet tall. Names of all ticket users must be provided at the time of purchase to be printed on the tickets.
When presenting the tickets to access the Statue on Liberty Island, each ticket holder will be required to show photo ID
(except minors without ID) matching the name printed on the ticket.

Crown tickets must be picked up at the ticket office Will Call window (at either Liberty State Park embarkation site or
Castle Clinton in Manhattan) by the ticket purchaser. In order to pick up the tickets the purchaser must show photo ID
and the same credit card used to reserve the tickets. Crown tickets are for a specific date and time. The ticket will have the
time to enter the embarkation site security facility printed on the face.

Crown tickets cost $3 each. That cost will be combined with and in addition to reserved ferry tickets, which are $12 for
adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for children.

Ferry Service from New York: Purchase round-trip ferry tickets at Castle Clinton National Monument in Lower Manhattan. Ferries from New York operate on a loop, stopping first at Liberty Island and then at Ellis Island before returning to Battery Park, New York.

Can a person with an Indian passport travel from the USA to Canada?
Q. My cousin is visiting Seattle next week from India, and we were thinking of driving up to Vancouver for a day or two. She has a Visa for the US, but we don't know if they would allow her to go to Canada with that. Would it be ok or does she need an extra visa?

A. She will need an extra Canadian visa.

If you read the requirements of the Citizen and Immigration Canada Center at Seattle you will see that it is also possible to apply from the U.S.

You must provide proof of lawful temporary status in the United States.
If you are in the United States with temporary status, please provide:
- your US Non-Immigrant Visa, (whether it is in your current passport or an expired passport)
- the original I-94 card issued by US authorities at the time of your entry into the US
If you are in the United States with B1/B2 status, please provide:
- proof of ties to your country of usual residence.
This should include (but is not limited to):
⢠proof of intention to return to that country (e.g.: airline tickets, travel itineraries),
⢠proof of employment (e.g.: letter from employer, recent pay stubs, tax returns),
⢠proof of studies (transcripts, letter from school) and
⢠proof of funds (e.g.: bank records, property ownership documents).
http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/seattle/imm/visa_temp.aspx?lang=eng#REQUIREMENTSUS ..

Canadian Visa Offices in the United States are located at Buffalo, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/offices/missions.asp ..

What is the difference between postmodernism and modernism ideology?
Q. That related to art reproduction, art consumption, and art appreciation.

A. Postmodernism and modernism apply to much more than ART. They actually apply to everything. These terms are descriptive of a "World View" or mood of the mind. They both deal with the concept of Truth. They assert that Truth exists and that is knowable, however is arrived at by different means.

Modernism- Truth exists and is absolute. Truth is knowable through Facts, Science. What I can see taste or touch. "I can arrive at the knowledge of truth by experimentation"

Postmodernism- Truth exists and is NEVER absolute. All truth is relative. I arrive at the knowledge of truth by personal feelings and the situation at hand. Example: "A cop give a postmodernist a ticket for traveling 85 miles an hour in a 45 miles an hour zone. The post modernist will sincerely feel he did nothing wrong because he felt like he wasn't speeding."

The postmodern concept of truth "All truth is relative" in itself defeats its self. So apply that to Art reproduction by creating a self defeating art form




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