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... Park, as we walked in we spotted a few squirrels running around a tree so we got some crackers and fed them, they are so cute, jake calls them all jeff haha , so we fed the jeffs and the birds and then kept on walking the park is massive it takes hours to explore we found a massive tree where people hang photos of there dogs and cats that pass away, it made me cry allot , there was even a castle where we bought some gloves and had a lookout at top, it is filled with ...
... An amazing engineering feat given the library is over 100 years old.
After we finished at the library we walked to the Rockefeller centre to look at the tree and venture to the top to check out the view. The weather was perfect and the view would be spectacular. But wow. The crowd around the tree was insurmountable. Normally a wide thoroughfare between a couple of the buildings allows for easy access, but today not so. The crowd was a seething ...
... finding a few street art spots I'd read about and got some good snaps. Next stop was the 9/11 memorial site shadowed by the new Freedom Tower. Powerful spot, just unimaginable what people went through that day. Especially walking past the firehouses in the surrounding streets and seeing all the memorials for the first responders who lost their lives that day too. Ash was interested in the museum but it was chockas in there with a ...
... of eager paparazzi (in training) as anyone with a camera pushed and pulled their way past to take the very first 'insert name and Lady Liberty' selfie ever taken. It was an experience! Highlights were someone shouting 'excuizi' in my ear as the protective flap of their iPad cover hits me in the face while he quickly snaps his shot and the poor fools who asked Lea to take their photos for them. Haha, I can only imagine what they ...
... beside the memorial. Because of the expense we decided I would go into the museum. It was truly amazing what and how they presented and remembered all that happened and all that was lost that terrible day.
Gav and the boys headed to a factory outlet nearby then waited for me.
When I met up with them they had located a great deal on a Samsonite suitcase in a shop called "Century 21". As one of our suitcases was no longer able to be ...