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After one month in Maui I finally met my brother here in New York City. So great to see him again.!
The last few days we already spent in the heart of New York City. Manhattan. We will never forget this first impression when we went up, out of the metro station. We walked around with our eyes looking up, admiring the buildings around us. It was quite hard to stop for taking a photo, because you always got 500 people in front of you, and 1000 in the back ...
... to thank the bishop for his efforts to improve the Jewish/Christian relationship in NY. They are based on the carvings on the Arch of Titus in Rome. The publisher was a Jewish man, Adolph Ochs, who once owned The New York Times. It seems ironic to have a Jew with the name Adolph!
The choir stalls are very ornate, and they caught my eye before I knew their history. They are on permanent loan from the Met. They are of 15th ...
... can see 80 miles and this must be a good day. The views are outstanding and people are cooperative on the whole so we get to look round. The higher decks are even quieter and it is well worth the money. Next we continue our walk up to Central Park, the blossom trees are in bloom and it looks beautiful, we lunch in the Todd English Food Court in the Plaza Hotel absolutely excellent Burger and warm Chinese Chicken Salad. Then back down to St ...
... Yale. All workshops were extremely valuable and we are grateful to the talented professionals who gave of their time on a weekend. This afternoon was really great. We went to see 'New York Spring Spectacular' which was amazing! For many boys this was their first tome seeing a musical. They will hard pressed to see a production of this quality again soon. These people could dance, sing, act and could ...
... made to stay in shelters,
given one way bus tickets to other cities? I don’t know.
One attraction in the area I became aware of is the Eldridge
Street Synagogue Museum, a large synagogue on the Lower East Side built by
Eastern European Jews in the 1880s and restored over a twenty year period
between the 1980s and 2000s after falling into disrepair for several decades.
The building still functions as ...