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New York City

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Ground zero. Very moving to see in person.

Trinty Church

Madison Square Garden and a great shot of taxis. Riding a taxi was a very exciting experience for me. They went so fast! It was almost like a roller coaster ride.

St. Paul's-the oldest public building in New York.

Walking across Brooklyn Bridge.

Going underneath the Brooklyn Bridge on our boat ride. I'm so glad we went on a Circle Line boat ride. It was a great way to see all the highlights of the city in just two hours.

Bryant Park behind the library.

New York Public Library, I loved this building!

The inside of the library. It certainly doesn't look like a library does it?

The view from the top of the Empire State building. We went all the way to the top, 102 floors!

Empire State Building

fish market in Chinatown.

Ellis Island. Every since reading a book about Ellis Island when I was 8, I have wanted to visit it. After we had been in the building about an hour, we were evacuated! I couldn't believe it, I had finally made it to Ellis Island only to be evacuated before I got to see it all! Thankfully, we got to go back inside a few minutes later. I think someone had pulled the fire alarm.

I absolutely loved New York. There was something about it that seemed magical. Even though we were only here for two days we tried to make the most of it. Hopefully we will get to go back soon. I didn't get to see Grand Central Station or Central Park. And of course, there are tons of art museums I want to visit.

One Response to “New York City”

  1. Your pictures make me want to go to New York! It looks like so much fun.

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