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Spent our first day in NYC on a full day guided tour which included bus, walking and river cruise so we got to see things both up close and from afar. Didn't go into the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building as these are events on there own with long queues and valuable time, however we will be going to the top of the Empire State Building tomorrow hopefully at a time when the crowds have ...
... room for you?"... and you just keep handing a lovely lady clothes, which are then put into a huge reserved private closet. None of this "4 items ONLY"... or spaces so small that you can't bend over without hitting your head. This is shopping at its most pleasant. Helped by having Maria finding lovely things in the sale for me too! So today Suzanne will be dressed in Calvin Klein..and feeling smug at quite how cheap it all was.
Then a ...
Roof top after a long day of being a tourist. We went: 1. Staten Island Ferry .... uneventful walk for an hour. 2. Walked up to World Trade Centre then onto china town and lunch in Little Italy at Vincent's Restaurant. 3. Shopping in Soho - pit stop at Bloomingdales, the worlds cheapest department store - NOT! 4. Mastered the Underground MET. ...
... memorial. Like the Pearl Harbor Arizona Memorial, the 9-11 memorial is so clean and simple and beautiful. There are 2 30-foot-drop square waterfalls, which are the footprint of the original twin towers. Around each memorial are the names of all those victims (from the towers, rescuers, pentagon and Pennsylvania). Then there are trees and lawns making up the rest of the memorial. I didn't realize but the world trade complex was actually 7 buildings, ALL of which were ...
... New York's African Burial Ground is the nation's earliest known African and African American cemetery. About 15,000 men, women and children were buried there between the 1690 and 1794. Both free and enslaved Africans were buried on the side of Broadway. About 40%252525 of the people buried there were children. Due to the land been made a landfill they were lost in history, but in 1991 they were found ...
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