I have parts in my car. This a very popular problem. Not cheap. Tickets aboard the Hop on/Hop off service, including a free timed visitor pass to the Memorial, are $27.50 for adults and $17.50 for children 3 12, which includes a $2.50 processing fee. ServIce To the Memorial will begin on September 12, 2011 and will run year round.New York Water Taxi is proud to be able to provide servIce To New Yorkers and visitors who wish to pay tribute to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the 2001 terror attacks and to showcase the resilience, beauty and strength of the city, post 9/11 from a waterfront perspective.Passengers are welcome to hop aboard the Water Taxi before and after visiting the Memorial to enjoy spectacular views of the skyline, waterfront neighborhoods, parks and attractions, restaurants and cultural institutions. In addition to West 44th Street and the Battery, NYWT Hop on/Hop off service stops at South Street Seaport (Pier 17) and Fulton Ferry Landing (DUMBO, Brooklyn), providing easy access to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, to see the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Broadway, the Financial District, the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Governors Island, The National Museum of the American Indian, The Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York Crystal Palace, Hudson River Park and more.NYWT goal, as it has been since 2002, is to utilize the city waterways and harbors to reduce street traffic, and environmental pollution while connecting people to the fabric and history of the city.Once visitors recognize that there are easily accessible transportation alternatives to the Memorial, and to explore the city, NYWT hopes that they will leave their cars at home and lessen the impact on the environment, lower Manhattan neighborhoods and the city overall..
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FIFA, the group that oversees international soccer, expects 3.2 billion people to watch some portion of the month long tournament, which begins in Brazil on June 12. That’s just under half the world’s population.Both companies have launched major marketing campaigns, but the stakes are particularly high for Adidas (ADDYY).The German company is spending more this year than it ever has to promote its brand at the World Cup.Adidas would not disclose exactly how much, but CEO Herbert Hainer has said the company is spending a “double digit million amount” on advertising.The success of this campaign will be crucial in helping Adidas achieve its goal of raising 2 billion ($2.7 billion) in revenue from its soccer division this year. That would likely put it ahead of Nike (NKE), which reported revenue of $1.9 billion in the soccer category last year.Sizing up the competition: Nike is the world’s largest sports apparel company, with $25.3 billion in annual revenue last year, according to FactSet.