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... local laws by 1935, so the owner left the upper floors closed off until the museum bought it in 1989....
Very, very interesting stories about the Moore's from 1863, the Gumpertz from 1880, and the Baldizzi's from 1922 to 1935.... Probably very typical of many immigrant tales and nice to see original building part restored.., 5 floors and 4 flats on each floor meant twenty families at any one time and records show over 8,000 people lived here over 65 years....
... an early night. The early night was needed, as our alarm sounded at the unsociable time of 3.30am. Bleary eyed we collected up our stuff before heading downstairs and meeting our cab driver for one last tour of the city’s sites. The ‘city that never sleeps’ was certainly still up as we mirrored our journey back through the Lincoln Tunnel, into New Jersey, and on to Newark Airport. And after checking in we were soon onto the plane and taxiing ready for take off...to Costa ...
... were tinted ;).....Apparently he comes into NYC about once a month, and well, I timed it to perfection. My first three days in NYC have been jam packed full of new sights, sounds, people and an abundance of blessings. So here goes.....I landed in on Saturday night and was met by the smiling face of my old friend Ilze. We caught a 'yellow' cab across town to Harlem and dragged my suitcase up 6 flights of stairs, well Ilze did anyway ;) a home cooked meal awaited ...
... the test is..." would you see it again and the answer is... no". Once again we soaked up all the sights and sounds of Times Square including the naked cowboy and finished off with a Korean BBQ at a restaurant on the corner of David and Doni's ...
... got our tickets and audio guide and made our way to the observation deck. Here is what we learned; the Empire State Building was built in 11 months and consistes of over 102 floors plus the giant mast (which has a gold brace in it), its using modern inovation to become extremely self sustained and energy efficient, and the restoration of the entry way mural took almost two years to complete (note this ...
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