Studio 6 East Brunswick
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... t disappoint. It was incredible and such a unique design for the time it was built and even to this day. We wondered around looking at the artwork and eventually got to the top of the spiral. The Kandinsky exhibition, which was the only thing I wanted to see, ended up being closed so that was a little disappointing. Still a great visit and another thing I can tick off my bucket list.
Aaron was able to get tickets ...
... the gist. The tour went for about 40-45 minutes. There were a few other little exhibits and a movie to watch too, but we had already just missed the ferry boat and waiting around for the screening would have meant missing the boat after that too, so we passed up watching it. We got back to the mainland about 5:00 pm - definitely spent much longer at the islands than I anticipated; needless to say we weren't fitting in a visit to Ground Zero today as ...
... the roof is also done backwards as the painters did it by looking in a mirror.
As we wandered down towards Grand Central we came across Bryant Park this is a community park that has been cleaned up of drug dealers and now houses small stalls and for the winter season it held Christmas markets and also an ice skating rink. We spend some time wandering around and watching the skaters and all the mishaps they had.
Time square was full of lights, people and ...
... with the Christmas in the solar system theme this year, each window depicting Christmas on each planet. From Neptune to Mercury, it's fitting and looking really cool.
Back to the Subway and something that's never happened to me, happened - I lost my tour group. I was having some troubles with my metro card and turned to the fine folks at the station for assistance. By the time I cleared the gates, they were gone. I tried looking for them, even made my own way ...
... Across from The Dakota lies the appropriately named Strawberry Fields in Central Park. The Dakota was built between 1880 and 1884 and apartments sell for generally between $4 and 30 million. Our next stop was at the American Museum Of Natural History. It is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world. Located in park like grounds across the street from Central Park, the museum complex comprises 27 interconnected buildings housing 45 ...