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I had the funniest morning with Julian and some other French people. He was still half cut from the night before and stinking of drink with my Union Jack sticking out the back of his top but we went to church. Stuck out like a saw thumb but had the best time, it was a baptist ...
... memorial pools where the two towers previously stood. They have also built another tower for offices but will not build a second tower. The memorial pools are beautiful and around them are the names of the service men and women who died in the Sep 11 bombings. There is a museum there but the entrance fee put us off so we skipped it for the day. We leave after reflecting about the tragedy that happened here and hope that peace will remain in this spot.
Century 21 is close by so I ...
... form a series of colossal concrete walls, where you can only look directly in front of, and behind you.
The tower itself would be fairly innocuous if it hadn't have been made so iconic in films (see King Kong). You'd also be forgiven for not realising it was the tallest building in the vicinity. In a city like New York, a 103 story, 1,250ft high skyscraper doesn't draw too many gasps; there are several other buildings of a ...
... of fun. We had a peak into Tiffany and Nike Town and then caught the bus back down 5th Ave to our hotel.
A bite to eat and a rest at the hotel and it was time to go up the Empire State Building. I haven't been up the Empire State Building for a long time but it's still an amazing view. To the south, the Freedom Tower and to the North, Central Park. Spencer enjoyed counting the yellow taxis - he was up ...
... train up to the Atlantic Centre for a look at the Burlington Coat Factory. Shopping done, we decided it was a beautiful day to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. We took the train to Clark St and then followed some directions I had googled to the Bridge walkway. We got up the stairs to hear our first bike rider yelling at pedestrians (not us, we weren’t even on the path yet). It was about 6pm so we got some nice photos as the sun was going behind ...
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