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... a peek inside as only relatives of the people that died are able to go inside until the official opening date the 22nd May. We also visited the existing tribute centre. It had extracts of video, audio and quotes from people detailing the events that took place for them that day. Louise had never seen the remembrance pools before so I think she was rather amazed. They are pretty impressive and would of been hard to engineer. For those who do not ...
The wet weather has finally caught up with us today and it's raining and cold. Out came all the jumpers and jackets so now everyone is happy they brought warmer clothing with them. We left about 8.30 this morning and did a quick run by/photo shoot of the Thomas Jefferson Monument then into the traffic and on our way to Baltimore to the Historical Quilt Museum. Just one problem with that....it was closed just like last year :( Found out it closed Mondays and Tuesdays so maybe ...
... race to build the tallest structure and the ingenuity of the 1930's. The whole building, bottom to top, inside and out, was finished in 11 months. 11 MONTHS! 1 month ahead of schedule. More than 3000 men on the job built something like 2 floors every week. There are 102 floors and it is extraordinary. The view from the top is also extraordinary (note the photos are taken on the iPhone as our camera batteries went flat). We headed to Broadway to try and catch a show ...
... District didn't help. Over the week though I have been gradually unlocking the secrets of this great city. The main obstacle has been the size of the city. I've been fairly active every day, but apart from a walk through Brooklyn and a River Cruise I haven't really ventured out of the south-west corner. The place is massive! It's also relatively quiet early in the week and builds up to Saturday night. It's on ...
... the Rockefeller family. We were heading for Rockefeller Plaza for a trip to the Top of the Rock. Before arriving here we would pass by Rockefeller Center and see the heroic statue of Atlas holding up the world. At Rockefeller Plaza, we left the bus and walked at street level to the sunken plaza that on this cold day housed the famous ice skating ring backed by Paul Manship's highly recognizable bronze gilded statue of the Greek legend of the Titan Prometheus recumbent, ...
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