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Found this photo on Pinterest.  It’s a great aerial shot of One World Trade Center; the kind of shot I wasn’t able to get (stayed firmly on the ground).  You can see the empty sky above the memorial and the … Continue reading

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Deco Delight

Clearly I am not through with New York City.  When I went, I knew I wanted to see a couple of shows, go to Birdland, the Guggenheim, the 9/11 Memorial, the Empire State Bldg., Central Park, and the Woodbury Common … Continue reading

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Sunny NYC

My last day in NYC, Sunday, was gorgeous — temperatures in the 80s.  After visiting the 9/11 Memorial, I took the train to the ferry to Liberty Island and Ellis Island.  The museum on Ellis was damaged during Hurricane Sandy … Continue reading

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Empty Sky

Someone asked me the other day what the highlight was of my trip to NYC.  I had to think for a minute because there were so many fantastic, thrilling things but what I finally said, and it rather surprised me, … Continue reading

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Last Performance

The Internet does so many things to make travel easier.  I knew before leaving home what the weather was going to be like — most days overcast if not rainy until Sunday when it would be sunny with a temperature … Continue reading

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Museum Day

My third day in NYC I bought a 7-day bus/subway pass which allowed me to get on and off buses and subway trains as much as I wanted.  It was great.  I got my pass at the 34th & 5th … Continue reading

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NYC

Last Thursday morning I woke up in the city that doesn’t sleep:  New York City!  This wasn’t an archaeological adventure — just a brief vacation to a place I’ve wanted to go for a number of years.  I was in … Continue reading

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