One Whole Day : Day 3
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Scale of How Big the Statue is - see the lil people under her
Ellis Island, where they processed immigrants to the US from 1904-1920. Just imagine millions waiting in line to get in the US then, they all came through Ellis Island. Well these days, they come from the "borders", hehe More here.
Around Town. We could have crossed the Brooklyn Bridge if it weren't more than 30 C
The Family that appreciates beauty together...stays together. Never got tired of "Chasing Van Gogh" at the Met. His shoes and mine.
Central Park reservoir was a 4 mile oval for joggers. We visited the MTV offices too!
Feel the thumping beat of Times Square during rush hours at night.
Ended the great day with a Broadway hit, Rent. For great discounts, get your tickets in the South street Seaport office than in Times Square. :)
Everything Ticked Off Our List
(New York, June 2005)
Miranda: Who's watching the island?"
• We rode the subways the whole day. But hey, they said its already ok to take pictures in the subway, but this was what came out of ours...hmmmm....
• The lucky bull near Wall Street wasn't as lucky that day, it had to wear a hard hat from the workers rushing construction for a possible 2012 Olympics hosting. NYC is still building! (no pun intended)
• We wanted to feel the pulse of morning rush hour in Wall Street, and I suddenly missed working away from home...but then again, I can have my own coffee and go to office in my jammies, no rush, no worries.