As mentioned in my last Post, I had a few other commitments in September. One of them was going on a cruise to New England and Canada.
The cruise left from New York, so we spent a few days there before take-off. Grand Central Station, the night we arrived (below).
Only in New York would you see paper dresses in the windows.
So New York!
The Lobby of our Hotel, the beautiful Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan.
Roxy (below)...a MUST when you go to New York. The best cheesecake and pecan bars, EVER!!!
Next day... on the Ferry to see the Statue of Liberty.
This is the second time I've been. I could never get tired of coming here. How majestic!
Then over to the Immigration Museum. It would be nice to spend a whole day inside. Very inspiring!
We were so fortunate to be able to see the new 9/11 Memorial. Very fortunate!!! Thanks, Mr. T. : )
These two photos (above and below) are from the http://www.911memorial.org/memorial Site.
The (almost 3000 names) were engraved into the the borders of the two memorial pools.
Inside Radio City Music Hall, to see a performance of Circ de Soleil.
I hope you enjoyed Part I of our adventure. Next Post...Part II.
I'll be making the rounds in Blogland this week. I look forward to seeing what you've all been up to. : )
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