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... those trips were mostly a few decades ago when I still had higher material expectations in life. Now that I have no desire to purchase anything I can’t eat what struck me most about Rockefeller Center was the numerous Art Deco style decorative details on the exteriors of many of the buildings, particularly flanking or set above the entrances.
I wanted to walk through Saint Patrick’s Cathedral since it’s been a few decades since ...
... Nelson Jackson and Sewall K Crocker drove a car called The Vermont from one side of the US to the other. On the way they acquired a little dog called Bud. The car didn't have a roof or a windscreen and the dust irritated poor little Bud's eyes so much he got his own pair of goggles. Cute! And now the car itself is in the museum.
There was also the original star spangled banner on display in a dimly lit room where no photography was allowed. Sorry folks. It ...
... on Spring Break.
The next day Marcus and I got on the subway down to Brooklyn Bridge. It was the most musical ride I have experienced with 3 different buskers at some point playing in our carriage. The best by far was the duet where one man was playing on a piano he was carrying over his shoulders and another man was singing “My Girl”. It's just one of those songs that as soon as you hear those first two bars of notes you want ...
... get to Brooklyn - we jumped on at this point at penn station down to Brooklyn Heights. Got off & walked down Henry St to get onto the Brooklyn bridge pathway and then walked back over the east river to Manhattan. It was a spectacular wire suspension bridge and the views were something else, we could just see the Statue of Liberty and Stratton & Ellis island. The freedom tower looked good from this angle. Andy was rather taken at how complex the 'New York ...
... etc. Some areas you couldn't take photos.
From here we walked across to Wall Street, hoping to do a tour of the New York Stock Exchange, but not only is it not open to the public, but has great barricades out the front.