The old grass-green wharf next to SOUTHFERRY in Manhattan is ferry to Governor's Island. It only lasts half a year, from May to September. Governor Island, as its name implies, is the seat of government established by the Dutch and British after they seized land from the Spanish, so it is called Governors Island; it is very close, and it takes only 5-6 minutes to arrive. You see, the southernmost tip of Manhattan is still in front of us. It turned out that the place I always saw was Governor's Island. The nearest to Manhattan is the least known. Even my classmates and friends who have been in America for 30 years don't know! Churches and colonial buildings are well preserved here. It's interesting to see some works of art scattered on the lawn. A week on the lawn is a light beige farmhouse. Birds sing and wind singing. Paradise Peach Garden. There are also good places to rent bicycles to travel around the island, listen to the sea waves, blow the sea breeze, and let go of the hollow spirit.