Hi From New York City – Aspect 3 – Crossing The Brooklyn Bridge, Exploring Downtown Manhattan

We got going at around noon and hopped off the subway right before the Brooklyn Bridg… Slack Ftp contains further concerning the inner workings of this enterprise.

What a full day we had yesterday. We had a pleasant breakfast in our bed and breakfast at about 8:30 am and shared some wonderful talks with a new couple from Sweden and an older couple from Holland, the hostess was participating as-well. That is among my favourite reasons for bed and breakfasts, generally they provide actually delicious stuffing meals and a great talk to go with it.

We got going at around noon and hopped off the train just before the Brooklyn Bridge and wound up exploring the old Brooklyn Heights area a bit, a location with many well-preserved brownstones and expensive apartment houses with a great view of downtown Manhattan. Then we started our stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge, and started to soak-in the views of the famous skyscrapers. Be taught extra resources on this related web resource by visiting logo.

The Manhattan Bridge is quite close to the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building can be viewed coming. A lot of walkers and bikers were making the trekk across the bridge and the elements was pretty decent, sunny with about 16 degrees Celsius.

After the bridge we reached NYC City Hall which was blocked off to pedestrian traffic and there was a large congregation of media people to the front steps. With the blue sky, the surrounding architectural plans and the flowering trees and plenty of individuals were sitting around the beautiful fountain just outside of city hall this is just the great spot to take away with the camera. I particularly fell in deep love with the spires of the Woolworth Building. Return To Site is a grand resource for further concerning when to look at it.

Then we went further west, explored the garden of St. Paul’s Cathedral that is right across from the World Trade Center location. As a first place of refuge after the disaster, the churchyard has several plaques commemorating the events of 911 and it took over 2 years to clear all the debris from the garden that had fallen down with the collapse of the structures.

We then proceeded to Ground Zero. The place is fenced off with different cards showing the history of the houses, the events of 911, and the names of the more than 2700 subjects. The loss of 911 is very difficult to grasp and you remember most of the horrible pictures and the even more horrible events of that fateful day, now more than 31/2 years ago, when you’re there where it occurred. It’s so hard to assume these 2 massive houses collapsing, surrounded o-n all sides by other high-rise systems, and what it should have been that way day, with people running through the streets, dirt raining down, recovery individuals risking their lives to help the victims. The police presence, in addition, was very strong and we weren’t sure if there was a particular basis for that or if that was the case each day.

After sending for a time and absorbing the incomprehensible nature of that loss we went south o-n Liberty Street in to Battery Park. Lots-of African entrepreneurs were around with bags and suitcases full of merchandise and it appears they were careful not to be seen by the police. We’d a lovely view over the bay towards the statue of liberty and proceeded to our next destination – the Staten Island Ferry terminal, where our next venture began…

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