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June 2012

NYC – Freedom Tower

Finally – I really wanted to visit ground zero and see how the new tower is coming. So much I could say. I’ll just leave it at this image.

NYC – St. Patricks

Leave it to locals (thanks Laurie) for finding new views of common landmarks. Here is St. Patricks from a new angle.                                     There were some events underway but we were able to take in the beautiful interior.

NYC – The Highline

On Sunday we had brunch at Pastis – another runaway success from Keith McNally. It was like eating in a French bistro while in the meatpacking district of Manhattan. Quite tasty. After that we walked the High Line. The High Line is a 1-mile linear park built on a 1.45-mile (2.33 km) section of the former elevated New […]

NYC – Central Park

We stayed in a friends apartment on Central Park West. The location was ideal. We loved it. It was a short walk to Lincoln Center, and provided great access to Central Park. We had fun touring the park but only cracked the surface. Here is a shot of Sheep’s Meadow. It was quite a meat/meet […]